LONDT Park will be looking to make up a five-point deficit when it comes to the final two rounds after losing 14-9 to champions Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in their key Super league men’s squash clash on Thursday.
Wins by No1 Rudi van Niekerk and No5 Peter Ryder for Londt Park were not enough to stop the varsity side taking a telling lead as the league winds up in the next eight days.
NMMU will be looking to extend their five-point lead and even if Londt Park do pick up full points in their final two fixtures, against Old Grey and Profiles, they will still need the students to drop points along the way.
Tomorrow, NMMU should be too strong for their Rhodes counterparts, while they will face some testing matches against Old Grey.
The women’s Super league title could be decided tomorrow night with the showdown between joint-leaders Londt Park A and Crusaders A at Westview.
Both sides will be firmly favoured to pick up a big haul in their final matches next week so whoever wins tomorrow will have virtually secured the title. – Neale Emslie