Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Holding court


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The inimitable Andy Lashley didn’t win his match in the National Sports Council’s parish road tennis competition at the West Court Wednesday night.
But he certainly commanded attention.
Lashley lost a marathon contest 21-8, 21-23, 26-24 to Curtis Jones, but throughout the night he constantly used all kinds of antics to celebrate or challenge a point.
Here, Lashley falling to the ground on his back after winning a vital point.

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