While the Penrith Panthers were unfairly targeting a contracted NRL coach there was action galore during the Wednesday night mixed squash competition.
Team 1 Mahlo beat Team 5 Tracey with wins for Scott Baker, George Eleftheriou, Lindsay Mahlo, Rhonda Cavalli, Albert Cavalli and Yvonne Tracey while the self-confessed king Kyle Huysmans won again and remains unbeaten this season.
Team 3 Locke beat Team 6 Ryan with wins for Frank Cavalli, Glen Atkinson, Charlie Locke, Jarrod Collett, Robyn Chapman and Robert Ryan won a thriller while new centre manager Lyle Davis had his first ever victory in five and celebrated like it was 1999.
Team 2 Keegan beat Team 4 Grant with wins for Matt Garlick, Steve Elliot, Chris Grant, Katie Hailes, Marcus Ronan and Jesse Keegan beat a useless Grant Michell while there was more profanity than in a Samuel L Jackson film in the match between Audrey Schmich and Sonya Fitzgerald. Audrey won the match in five.
Team 1 (27 pts) def Team 5 (22 pts): George Eleftheriou def Mark Goes 3-1; Scott Baker def Peter Brearley 3-2; Lindsay Mahlo def Chris Elkington 3-0; Rhonda Cavalli def Graham Kidson 3-1; Kyle Huysmans def Lisa Doherty 3-0; Yvonne Tracey def Matthew Wilson 3-0; Albert Cavalli def Steve Kirk 3-0
Team 3 (29 pts) def Team 6 (20 pts): Glen Atkinson def Charles Daquino 3-0; Frank Cavalli def Rod Bevan 3-1; Charlie Locke def Pat Clarkstone 3-1; Robert Ryan def Darren Wooding 3-2; Jarrod Collett def Jasper Matters 3-2; Robyn Chapman def Mike Mayhew 3-0; Lyle Davis def Andrew Mellis 3-2
Team 2 (29 pts) def Team 4 (20 pts): Jesse Keegan def Grant Michell 3-0; Matt Garlick def Steve Bigg 3-1; Steve Elliot def Scott Burke 3-2; Chris Grant def Tony Elliot 3-0; Kate Hailes def Craig Hausler 3-0; Marcus Ronan def Steve Blackwood 3-0; Audrey Schmich def Sonya Fitzgerald 3-2