Team Dorgeloh defend Supatronix Doubles Open title

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23 March 2020 | Sports

Walvis Bay

The very popular Supatronix Doubles Open competition never fails to deliver. With good entries from Windhoek and Swakopmund, the level of competitiveness was also boosted significantly.

Last year’s main event winners, Emil and Norbert Dorgeloh, were back to defend their title and did so in superb fashion. They advance to the final after an epic match that lasted almost two hours against Angelo Titus and Imanuel Amorongo.

The defending champions scraped through with a 3-2 win. They managed to regroup and took the final against Danie Greeff and Brandon Grane, with an excellent 3-0 win to lift the Supatronix Doubles trophy once again.

In the ladies final which was an all-Swakopmund tussle, Judy Savage and Sumari Jans defeated Charne Fourie and Tessa Rossouw to lift the trophy.

The mixed category was also dominated by the out of towners: Judy Savage and Wilco Aschenborn from Swakopmund made good and lifted the crown by beating Windhoekers Adri Lambert and Max Enjala.

Home towners, Joe Herrmann and Marchelino Koopman did well to beat Windhoekers, Franco and Adri Lambert, to take the title the Men’s B Section.

Thanks to Jose de Britto and Supatronix for the sponsorship of this extremely popular annual event, and the assurance that it shall definitely take place again next year.

The final placings are as follows:-
Men's A.
1st Emil and Norbert Dorgeloh
2nd Danie Greeff and Brandon Grace
3rd Angelo Titus and Immanuel Amorongo

1st Judy Savage and Sumari Jans
2nd Charne Fourie and Tessa Rossouw
3rd Chantel de Gouveia and Christiana Beulker

1st Judy Savage and Wilco Aschenborn
2nd Adri Lambert and Max Endjala
3rd Carla Cummings and Angelo Titus.

Men's B.
1st Joe Herrmann and Lino Koopman.
2nd Franco and Adri Lambert
3rd Ze de Britto and Wilco Aschenborn.

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