Junior Tennis Tournament

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Tarvin Tennis Club held its annual junior tournament on Wednesday, 18 September

Tennis - Junior Finalists


The entry for this year's event was somewhat reduced owing to the weather but the quality of the play was higher than it has been for some years, a tribute to the players and to the coach, Gary Ward.
A round robin format ensured that all those competing for the Brannam Cup had the opportunity to play a number of matches and the four boys qualifying for the semi-finals were evenly matched.
The result was a win for defending champion, Tom Hanson, over Joe Clark

Tennis Junior Winner - Tom Hanson


Olly Roberts deserves a mention for narrowly defeating Tom in the round robin stages, only to lose to him in the semi-finals.

 

'Congratulations to all who participated in the tournament.'

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