Tarvin History Revealed - Tarvin Tennis Club Junior Tournament

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Junior Tennis

Included in the Tarvin History Group's scrapbooks for July 1987 is a photograph of the Tarvin Tennis Club's junior tournament winners, together with Keith Barker, Club Captain, and Chairman Rob Millar.

Pictured left to right are: Paul Weaver (winner under 12 boys), Richard Millar (runner up), Keith Barker, Bob Millar, Philippa Rae (winner under 12 girls), Susie Morgan (runner up), Andrew Millar (winner under 15 boys), and, Matthew Job (runner up)

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