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NJTL Week 10: Atomic goes top, St. Francis and Sakumono grab first win NJTL Week 10: Atomic goes top, St. Francis and Sakumono grab first win
Atomic Tennis Club are the new leaders of the National Juniors Tennis League after matchday 10. Atomic Tennis Club handed 2nd place Baboo Sports... NJTL Week 10: Atomic goes top, St. Francis and Sakumono grab first win

Atomic Tennis Club are the new leaders of the National Juniors Tennis League after matchday 10. Atomic Tennis Club handed 2nd place Baboo Sports Academy 3-0 defeat in the 14 & under and 2-1 in the 16 & under but lost 1-2 in the 12 & under.BabooSports Academy have consequently fallen to the third position.

  Army Officers Tennis Club (AMTEC) ended their five-games winless streak when they defeated Kalatec at the Tesano Sports Club. AMTEC won 2-1 in the 12 & under, 2-1 in the 14 & under but lost 1-2 in the 16 & under.

 Korle-Bu Tennis Club also went away to beats Flipper Tennis Club Korle-Bu at the Accra Sports Stadium Tennis Courts. Kole-Bu won 2-1 in the 14 & under and also 2-1 in the 16 under but lost 2-1 in the 16 & under.

 Stadium B Tennis Club missed the opportunity of extending the lead on the league log when they were stunned by St. Francis Foundations at St. Augustine Catholic Church, Ashaiman. St. Francis won 3-0 in 12,14 and16 under categories. 

At the Sakumono Tennis Club, Sakumno Tennis Club also defeated Ghana Tennis Club of Adabraka 3-0 in the 12 & under, 2-1 in the 14 & under and 2-1 in the 16 & under.

National Juniors Tennis League Match Day 10 results:

 

St. Francis Foundation  beats Stadium B Tennis Club

 12&under 3-0

14&under 3-0

16&under 3-0

 

Flipper Tennis Club lost to Korle-Bu Tennis Club 

12&under 1-2

14&under 1-2

16&under 2-1

 

Kaneshie Tennis Club lost to Army Officers Tennis Club

 12&under 1-2

14&under 1-2

16&under  2-1

 

Baboo Sports Academy lost to Atomic Tennis Club

12&under 2-1

14&under 0-3

16&under 1-2

 

Sakumono Tennis Club beats Ghana Tennis Club

12&under 3-0

14&under 2-1

16&under 2-1

 

 

Gabriel Amoakoh