From the Courts

2017-08-02 06:01

THERE was arecord turnout of 25 teams at the popular annual Pannar mixed doubles tennis tournament on 23 June - local and out of town players thoroughly enjoyed the day.

As some of the tennis club courts are being resurfaced the tournament was played at two venues - the A section at the club and the B and C sections playing on the Wembley College courts.


C Section runners-up - James de Nyschen and Ingrid Surendorff

C Section winners - Brian Muir and Bev Clack

B Section runners-up - Ashley and Amy Cotterrell

B Section Winners - Fred Nagel and Sue Westhorpe

A Section runners-up - Laurie and Lynne Butlin

A Section winners - Mark Butlin and Pam Sheriffs

Overall handicap winners - Clive Edkins and Kelsey Dames

The tennis club expressed its appreciation to Pannar for its ongoing sponsorship of the tournament, to Martin Platt, Mike Barrow, Rhino Charcoal and Organic for Africa for sponsoring prizes and to Ashley Cotterrell who organised and co-ordinated the event.

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