Plennegy Junior Tennis Tournament

2016-07-20 06:00
Young tennis players who took part in the tournament.

Young tennis players who took part in the tournament.

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A TOTAL of 32 young tennis players took part in the Plennegy tennis tournament on 14 and 15 July organised by well-known tennis coach, Derek Brown.

Players were divided into six age groups ranging from U8 to U16 with singles being played first, followed by the doubles matches the next day.


U8 boys - winner Henry Yeadon, runner-up Yuvan Aheer

U10 girls - winner Sabahle Mzila, runner-up Hayley Goble

U10 boys - winner Sebastian Mundy, runner-up Yasteel Aheer

U12 girls - winner Gina Ardendorf, runner-up Zoe Goble

U12 boys winner Nkosinathi Dlamini, runner-up John Yeadon

U14 girls - winner Calista Muno, runner-up Stella Oglesby

U14 boys - winner Jacob Oram, runner-up Quaphela Mzila

U16 boys - winner Hayden Kezaris, runner-up Kayleb Keyser

U18 boys - winner Luke Oglesby, runner-up Thomas Moore.

Thank you to the umpires, who assisted the younger players - Dean Paige was voted best umpire.

Thank you to Plennegy for sponsoring the tennis tournament. Tennis teaches children many life skills. Children need to learn that winning is not everything. These tournaments are about enjoying the game of tennis. We look forward to seeing aspiring tennis players at the next tournament.

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