Plennegy Tennis Tournament

2016-12-14 06:01

LUCKILY, hot summer weather prevailed for the Plennegy Tennis Tournament, which took place at the Greytown Tennis Club, on 8 and 9 December.

It was encouraging to see so many good, young tennis players on the courts.

The results of the tournament for the singles matches were as follows:

Boys singles U14 winner: Jacob Armon. Runner up - Jack Yeadon.

Girls singles U14 / U16 winner: Calista Muna. Runner up - Amy Cotterill.

Boys singles U12 winner: John Yeadon. Runner up - Gerhard Roux.

Girls singles U12 winner: Kelly Cotterill. Runner up - Tanya Thomas.

Boys singles U10 winner: Finn Coningham. Runner up - Nicholas Holmes.

Girls singles U10 winner: Sabashle Mzila. Runner up - Hayley Goble.

Boys singles U8 winner: Yuvon Aheer. Runner up - Jamie Wessels.

The results of the doubles matches were as follows:

Boys doubles U14 winners: Jack Yeadon and John Yeadon. Runners up - Nkosinathi Dlamini and Quaphela Mzila.

Girls doubles U14 winners: Anka Roux and Narav Naiker. Runners up Calista Muna and Nicholas Holmes.

Boys doubles U12 winners: Josh Cope and Brett Hill.

Girls doubles U12 winners: Zoe Goble and Sibahle Mzila. Runners up Gina Adendorf and Tanya Thomas.

Boys doubles U10 winners: Yasteel Aheer and Fin Coningham. Runners up Nicholas Holmes and Sam Mason.

Boys doubles U8 winners: Jamie Wessels and Yuvon Aheer.

Well done to all the tennis players who participated and improved their skills.

Thank you to Plennegy for sponsoring the tennis tournament and investing in local ta-lent.

Thank you to Derek Brown for organising the tournament and to Kim Stein and her helpers in the tuck-shop.

We look forward to seeing you at the next tournament.

- Louise Yeadon

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