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All rounder Sary Rahma scored four goals for the Pupils on Saturday but Carradale’s 52-year-old coach gave him a tennis lesson on Monday.
In a thriller, to rival anything at Wimbledon, Hector McMurchy, about 30 years older than Rahma, took the young player to 6-6 in their first ever set and won the tie-break with a beautiful backhand lob.
McMurchy took the second set too before lack of light stopped play and left Rahma saying he needs to work on his forehand.