Close call but it’s still a win

THEY got there and that’s all that matters.

That’s the view of Thurgoona’s Ken Wurtz after the team scraped into today’s Special B1 decider with a thrilling tie-break win over the Tennis Victoria All Stars.

They now play the Tatura Longhorns in the final.

Wurtz admitted the team wasn’t at its best yesterday but got the result it wanted.

“Graham and Rodney put it together for us but the rest of us didn’t play as well as we normally do,” he said.

“We won, though, and that’s all that mattered.”

Wurtz said he didn’t know what to expect from the Longhorns in the decider, despite thrashing them 4-0 last time they met.

“They’ve got about 10 players in their team so we don’t really know who will play for them,” he said.

Meanwhile, Wangaratta Lawn will take on Leongatha Green in the Special B2 final after both recorded strong wins over Kyabram teams in yesterday’s semis.

All finals at the Wodonga Tennis Centre start at 8.30 this morning.

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