South Wagga Public will again feature in the Riverina finals of the Todd Woodbridge Cup after taking out the division one Wagga title last week.
South Wagga Public defeated fellow finalists Wagga Public School in the big dance and both teams will progress to the September tournament after a terrific effort on Friday.
Wagga-based national tennis secretary John Ferguson said more than 170 children participated in last week’s event.
“We had three divisions full of kids and I think around 179 students were involved on the day,” Ferguson said.
“It was a very good day of tennis.”
A notable inclusion this year was that of the Wagga Small Schools team, a collective of students from Uranquinty, Kapooka and Tarcutta that participated in the same uniform.
“I think we had nine schools from around the district all up,” Ferguson said.
“Those smaller schools all came together and played in black shirts, which was good to see.”
South Wagga Public dominated the day’s proceedings, taking out the division two title with their second team while Lake Albert’s third team won the division three title.
It continues the school’s strong tennis pedigree, having featured in the 2017 Todd Woodbridge Cup state finals in Sydney last November.
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