From the courts

2016-06-15 06:00

IT is the Greytown Tennis Club finals handicap and championship­ matches this weekend, which means tennis is of an exceptionally high standard.
Visitors are more than welcome at this RTS and Organics for Africa-sponsored event.

On Saturday the remaining champ semi-finals will be played and the handicap finals played. There will still be courts available for social tennis.

On Sunday starting at 9am the championship finals will be played as follows:

9am - men’s singles: Clive Edkins vs Colin Corbishley

9am - ladies' singles: Calista Muna vs Joanie Koller

Men’s doubles: Clive Edkins and Michael Chiazzarri vs _ still to be determined

Ladie’s doubles: Calista Muna and Debbie Comins vs Carol Adendorff and Joanie Koller.

After the finals, prize giving will be followed by a bring and braai lunch - please bring meat and a salad to share.
The following matches must be played during the week or early on Saturday:

Martin Platt and Sylvia Varty vs Steve and Calista Muna (c)

Amy Cope vs Calista Muna (h).

Clive and Wendy Edkins vs Mike Barrow and Sue Thomson (h).

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