Tarvin Tennis Club AGM

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Tarvin Tennis Club held its AGM at the Vicar's Cross Golf Club at the end of February.
Members heard encouraging reports from the Chairman, Rob Millar, Treasurer, Allyson Clarkson and Men's Captain, Chris Edwards and they, together with Secretary Felicity Pochin, Ladies' Captain Julia Burgess and the other eight members of the committee were re-elected en bloc for the 2015-16 season.

The cups and trophies for the Club Tournament competition were formally presented by President Barry Cooper, who also congratulated and thanked the whole committee for their efficient and hardworking running of the club.

Winners for 2014:

Men's Singles Peter Nosworthy for the 14th time!

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Men's Doubles Chris Lowe and Amit Tauro

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Caroline Bunting Trophy Mixed Doubles Shanti Pinto

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Ladies Doubles Wendy Rae and Julie Burgess (Wendy's (on left) 20th Trophy!

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The Club continues to field five senior teams in both winter and summer and a junior team in the summer. It has a popular junior coaching scheme run by our coach Gary, who hopes to extend his coaching time once the Club has completed its improvement programme.

Members heard that thanks to the generosity of Sport England the Club hopes to bring the playing conditions up to, or closer to, the standard of nearly every other club we meet in the various leagues, big and small, by installing floodlights and by extending the clubhouse facilities. An exciting project which has already involved a lot of hard work in the planning and preparation.

After the meeting was closed members enjoyed a hot buffet supper followed by a varied and challenging quiz."

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