Sarah Wray of Lismore controls the net during an open mixed doubles match.
Sarah Wray of Lismore controls the net during an open mixed doubles match.

Letcher still on target

By BARRY CHEADLE CHRIS Letcher and Brendan Moore will meet in the open men's singles final today at the Lismore Easter Tennis Classic.

Letcher, of Ballina, had an easy 6-2 6-0 win over Brad Clews, of Brisbane, in their semi-final yesterday.

Moore, of Lismore, had to fight harder in his 1-6 6-3 6-3 win over Patrick Flynn, of the Sunshine Coast.

Victory would give Letcher a local double, having won the Casino Open the previous week.

In the open women's singles, Lismore pair Ellie Wray and Rose McWilliam will meet in the final.

Wray beat Kristy Jones, of Lismore, 6-2 6-0 in the semis. McWilliam beat Erin Billet, of Maclean, 6-1 3-6 6-4.

Letcher will combine with Nathan Whitty, of Ballina, in the open men's doubles final against Lismore's Brendan and Nathan Moore.

Intermittent rain over the weekend caused some disrpution but all matches were still completed on schedule.

The men's final will be played from 9am, followed by the women's final and the open men's doubles.



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