Hate to open up this article on a negative note but in this day and age of instant communication there are no excuses for not getting in touch with your opponent to reschedule a match. So this is a friendly reminder to contact your opponent if you cannot make your scheduled match on League night. Please make arrangements to play your match at another time and then email your results to Wayne / Ken. At this time there are 33 reschedules pending and not one has been completed. For anyone who is having trouble making your matches on Wednesday night and are considering that this may not work for you, there are people on the waiting list. In the first session of the night Jeremy Stiles crossed off a task on his bucket list by defeating (for the first time ever) the not so CWOV Wayne Stanley 3-1. The great thing about the double round robin format is that it gives an opportunity to avenge and revenge a wrong! Allan Hughes used his quirky unusual style to befuddle and confound Gary Roberts in 5 tough games and Bruce Johnston showed some flashes of youthful exuberance as he took down impressive newcomer Trevor MacNeil 3-1. Jason MacIntyre went the full distance 3 weeks in a row as he defeated Donnie gallant in 5 entertaining games, also picking up wins for the improving Huskies were Veteran Dan Lazaratos and surprising newcomer James O’Halloran. As usual the Tigers were led by Squash PEI’s number one seed Mike Buchanan as he took down CBC Bruce in 3 games. Robert Blanchard and Wade Gauthier hooked up in great match with Robert pulling it out in the 5th and Kevin Hodgson defeated Stephen Cudmore to pick up 5 points for the tigers. Inez Roberts continues to impress in her comeback year with a victory over Sandie Morrison to make it 3 wins in a row and a huge contribution to the Tigers from the Roberts family!! The 6:30 match had as many reschedules as matches played as the Sea Hawks and Panthers tied at 23 points each.The Sampson family led the way for the Hawks with Ken defeating Linden Oulton 3-1 and Benoit taking down fellow junior Samantha Lawther 3-1. Had a chance to chat with Enrique Riveroll after his surprising 3-0 win over a tough John McAleer. Although primarily a tennis player Enrique did play some squash 20 or so years ago, it is very evident that he has skills and a head for the game and will climb the levels quickly should he decide to challenge players higher on his team. Steven banks and Mike Gallant rekindled an ageless rivalry and engaged in another battle that Steve won in four games. Robert Sharkie had little sympathy and apparently time as he took out Floyd Jackson in a quick surgical strike, the lesson to be learned Floyd is not to get in the way of a Scotsman on a mission!!! In the final matchup of the night the Blue Eagles eked out the Capers 29-26. Kyle Chaisson showed that he will soon battle for the right to become the next A player as he took down talented junior Nathan Phillips in 3 games. Shara Cody made it known that she is not content with staying at level 5 and will soon challenge to represent her team at level 4, Shawn Hughes should be feeling a little nervous as Cody made short work of Aaron Park 3-0. Russel Spencer spotted junior Logan Anderson two games before he mounted a determined comeback and won in 5 games. Logan was a victim of a momentum shift that we have all experienced, he will learn and be ready next time, remember Logan to avenge and revenge is sweet! Veterans Stephen Phillips and Dana Cole locked up in a good match with the crafty Phillips winning in four games. Junior Ty Good is showing steady improvement as he defeated also improving newcomer Matt Gallant 3-1. Jeff Wichell spotted Derek Anderson the first game before roaring back in the next three games to pick up points for the Capers. Delores Crane continues to dominate at level 12 and should probably consider challenging to move up on her team as she defeated Angela Trainer in three games. The problem for Crane is that she would have to challenge the squash juggernaut that resides at level 11, that’s right she would have to challenge Colin Younker who is playing the best squash of his young career. Younker is coming off an impressive win over Andrew Avery to make it two victories in as many weeks. Seana Evans-Renault should be watching her back as Younker may covet the highly sought after level 10! Until next week, get to the T, the walls are your friends and no I did not forget you Carter, Emma dummied you! HaHa!