From the Courts

2017-11-01 06:01

GREYTOWN Tennis Club held its annual general meeting last Saturday evening, which started off in a somewhat sombre mood following the disappointing Currie Cup final. - about 25 members were present.

The chairman Ian Hill gave his report and thanked the committee for their support over the last year.

Ian was re-elected with Colin Corbishley as vice-chairman. Deon van Rooyen has stepped down and MJ Mook has joined the committee.

Other members are Louise Hill (secretary), Ingrid Surendorff (treasurer), and Mark Thomas.

Thanks to Ian and his committee for their hard work over the past year.

Colin presented trophies for the most improved players for the year – Qaphela Mzila received the men’s trophy and the ladies trophy was awarded to Louise Hill.

After the meeting members and their families enjoyed a curry dinner..

The Mascor-sponsored Roley Hill men’s doubles takes place on Sunday December 10.

Entries to Ashley Cotterrell on 082 415 0525, or Ian Hill on 082 786 95006


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