Tennis really is on for young and old
NOT only has senior tennis begun, but the youngest members of the family can also have a hit, with Danny Cahill running ‘Hot Shots Tennis’ for 4 – 8 year old children on Saturday morning at 8.30am on the new court.
Watch this space for details of the new MTA Junior Competition, which will commence soon.
All competitions this week enjoyed excellent tennis conditions.
On Monday night, Stark took on Tully, who they defeated in emphatic fashion.
and Juliette Mellon pushed Sue McBride and Georgie Agathos into a tie break.
In t he end, Stark
t ook home a 7 point win.
In the second match for the evening, Tyrell proved too strong for Arryn winning 4 sets to 2.
Tuesday night players got another chance to blow out the cobwebs in their second consecutive week of uninterrupted tennis.
The contest of the night went to Downeys vs Clarks, with the Downeys sneaking in a one-point victory (29-28).
The Taylors took on the McDermotts in another thriller that included two tie-break matches.
Both teams secured 3 sets with the Taylors edging out the opposition 30 games to 27.
The Wests were too strong for the Qs, and Millard were ruthless on the scoreboard against Robertson, taking all sets.
Wednesday night was a humid evening with plenty of close, hard-fought matches in what is shaping as a very even competition.
On the Brink defeated the Willies overall.
The Carpenters were too good for Vaughn Again who will be looking to be reborn next week after going down 5 sets to 1.
Young Guns met the Goodies and were out-gunned this week by the opposition, led by the bighitting Ree-Goodings father and son combination.
The game score 24 -26 to the Goodies indicates just how close the competition was despite the
Foxtrot and Jonesles traded but the Les boys led by their the second half of the night and
defeated the Hoodlums in a strong contest that came down to the last match of the evening.
in the end, despite losing Ni hamstring strain that he incurred while exploding out of the blocks at lightning speed to run down a short ball.
MTA would like to thank our major sponsors of the week Bendigo Community Bank and Danny Cahill Tennis Coaching for their ongoing support of ten
HIT: Pictured are (from left) Koby Middleton, Will Wettenhall, Mika Smith and Felix Smith taking a break from their lessons with Danny Cahill to practice at the hit up wall on the new court.