Tennis juniors perform well at holiday championships
WHILE most students enjoyed time off over the September school holidays, Proserpine’s junior tennis players put their skills to the test while competing in the Ergon Energy Townsville North Queensland Age Championships and the 2013 Domino’s Burdekin Open and Age Carnival.
Seth Trinder played extremely well to finish sixth overall in the under-12 boys singles and Mika Stimson continued with her impressive form to place third in the under-14 girls singles, runner up in the under-14 girls doubles and third in the under-14 mixed doubles at the Ergon Energy Townsville NQ Age Championships.
Up and coming junior Mia Trinder placed sixth in the under-8 mixed singles and runner up in the under-8 doubles at the Burdekin Open and Age Carnival. Again, the everimproving Seth Trinder placed fourth in the under-12 boys singles and was the runner up in the under-12 doubles.
Kimberly Azul played her usual style of solid tennis achieving fourth in the under-14 girls singles and was the runner up in the under-14 girl’s doubles.
Sam Cornish is returning to form after an injury and did extremely well to finish in fifth place in the under-14 boys singles and third in the under-14 boys doubles.
An impressive performance by Max Cornish rounded out the carnival which saw him take out fifth place in the under-12 boys singles.
STAR PERFORMERS: Max Cornish, Kimberly Azul and Sam Cornish all achieved exceptional results at the Burdekin Open and Age Carnival during the school holidays.
GAME ON: Proserpine Junior Tennis players Seth and Mia Trinder proudly holding their trophies which they achieved while competing in the Burdekin Open and Age Carnival on the school holidays.