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PHOTO: supplied Twelve school teams across the province recently took part in the annual KwaZulu-Natal Inter-Schools Smythe Tennis Tournament at Kershaw Park. The tournament first began in 1934 and has received continued support over the years. The play-off pools proved to be extremely tough with a number of matches going into tie breaker sets. It was Megan McDonald and Sophie McDonald from St Anne’s, who were the deserved winners of the Natal Girls’ Schools Doubles Championship for 2017. The winners of the tournament are (from left) Durban Girl’s College’s Caitlin Lloyd and Paige Wise (B Section), St Anne’s Megan McDonald and Sophie McDonald (A Section) with Howick’s Kelly Kendall and Wendy Nzimande (C Section).
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