By Rob Millar - 19th September 2015 6:00am
Sunday, 13 September, saw the culmination of Tarvin Tennis Club's summer season when the finals of the annual club tournament were played in fine weather. The finals were watched by a good number of club members, friends and supporters and as usual there were a number of competitive matches.
The results in brief were:
Men's Singles winner Peter Nosworthy runner up Graham Bunting
Ladies' Doubles winners Jane Wilson/ runners up Sarah Mitchell/
Rhian Perry Shanti PintoI
Mixed Doubles winners Amit Tauro/ runners up Daniel Sherwin
Rhian Perry Barbara Francis
Sarah suffered further disappointment when she and Shanti Pinto were defeated in the ladies' doubles by Jane Wilson and Rhian Perry
Mention should be made of Chris Edwards, Julia Burgess and the playing committee for organising the event and for arranging the fine weather!
As the summer season draws to a close it is worth mentioning that the club has an active winter programme of competitive and social tennis. It is still not too late to join if you are contemplating doing so and the club will be prepared to adjust the annual subscription accordingly.
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