Girls impress at state trials
LOCAL tennis juniors Sarah Davidson and Sienna Mau played great in the state primary school tennis trials in Townsville.
Both girls performed well and showed promising results competing against the best under twelve girls throughout Queensland.
Monday afternoon social fixtures were a knockout with Taylor Bannister and Georgie Usher keeping the boys on the run.
On the full size courts Daniel Cullen, Manahi Ball and Jasper Braun made it difficult for their opponents to get the ball back in play.
Tuesday afternoon social tennis and Tuesday evening social tennis were both well attended.
In the afternoon it was Betty Wilson, Raelene Miller, Kay Hoar and Trish Rouse playing some classic tennis.
In evening tennis it was Rick Galea, John Lee, Tad Nowicki and Norm Hold out for some challenging rallies.
Tuesday morning cardio Tennis welcomed new residents of Cannonvale, Natasha and Aaron Blackburn to a rousing workout.
In Tuesday evening cardio it was a welcome return to fine weather and a fabulous heart pumping time.
Thursday evening cardio did it tough with coach Jamie Kirkman keeping everyone on their toes.
On Friday morning ladies it was Celia Smith in fine form.
Coaching pupils of the week were the Wednesday evening Elite squad with many of the young players clearly out to improve and their game and their fitness.
GREAT RESULTS: Whitsunday tennis juniors Sarah Davidson and Sienna Mau played great in the state primary school tennis trials in Townsville last week.