THIS Saturday, due to the long weekend, there is no junior tennis at the Forest Hill courts.
The masters competition is for the player wanting more serious tournament play, with proper tie-breaker sets being played.
There is prizemoney for the top 20 players in the competition for all players having played five matches, as well as a best and fairest award.
To take part just turn up before the new start time of 2.30pm until 5pm finish.
Leading the masters competition is Angus Dumaresq on 46½ points close behind is Reece Rutland on 37½ points then Bradyen Smythe on 32½ points followed by Caden Maxwell on 31½ points and Lara Plum on 24½ points making up the top five places.
The junior tennis competition is open to all juniors wanting to play tennis in a friendly relaxed format, and is their first steps to playing competition.
All players should be able to serve to take part.
There will be trophies to all players having played at least five matches.
As well there is a special best and fairest award presented at the end of the competition. This competition starts at 3pm to 5pm.
The new leader of the junior tournament is Ben Kennedy on 32½ points Archer very close behind is Archer Carey on 30½ points followed by Rob Grantham on 28½ points with Connor Rutland on 17½ points and Carter Noble on 15 points.
Winners of the McDonald’s Sport Awards were: Masters Xavier McDevitt and Jacob Hillis’Skery. Junior comp winners were Ben Kennedy and Robert Grantham.
All enquires about the junior competitions or tennis lessons please contact Roman Adamcewicz on 6922 4963 or 0439 584 125.
Social tennis every Monday and Thursday night from 7pm for all standards at Forest Hill contact Col 0447 464 234 or Trevor 0407 513 974.
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