Plennegy Junior Tennis Tournament

2017-07-12 06:00

THERE was a good turnout of players for the annual Plennegy Junior Tennis Tournament in Greytown in the June holidays, organised by tennis coach Derek Brown with the matches being played for the first time at Wembley College.

Players came from various parts of KZN and Mrs Petro Norval, a Richards Bay coach, brought along 10 players.

All involved expressed their appreciation to Plennegy for their generous sponsorship.

Winners and runners-up in the singles were:

U8: Matthew Cope, runner-up: Sohail Manzoor

U10: gi rls: Keaneze Denner, runner-up: Keana McKay

boys: Ruan Loubser, runner-up: Henry Yeadon

U12: GIRLS : Sibahle Mzila, runner-up: Tanya Thomas

BOYS: John Yeadon, runner-up: Johannes Adam

U14: GIRLS: Stella Oglesby, runner-up: Emma Martins

BOYS: Quaphela Mzila, runner-up: Nkosinathi Dlamini

U16: GIRLS: Calista Muna, runner-up: Michaela Ridley

BOYS: Kyle Moodley, runner-up: Tiaan Vivier

U18: boys: Luke Oglesby,runner-up: D.W. Augustyn

Doubles:

U10/U8: Keaneze Denner and Amelia Yeadon, runner-up: Keana McKay and Hayley Goble

U12 GIRLS: Sibashle Zila and Nidcola Herbst,runner-up: Tanya Thomas and Gina Adendorf

boys: Ruan Loubser and John Yeadon,runner-up: Keenan Moodley and Johannes Adam

U14 GIRLS: Kelly Cotterrell and Emma Martins, runner-up: Amore van Rooyen and Kristin Steyn

boys: Quaphela Mzila and Nkosinathi Dlamini,runner-up: Jack Yeadon and Christo Scheepers

U16 GIRLS: Calista Muna and Kaetlyn Martins,runner-up: Paige Schofield and Michaela Ridley

U16 AND U18 BOYS: Kyle Moodley and Luke Oglesby, runner-up: D.W. Augustyn and Tiaan Vivier.

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