Ten­nis sea­son comes to a close

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


TEN­NIS ju­niors in Proser­pine have com­pleted their 2013 sea­son of fixtures with club cham­pi­onships hotly con­tested through­out Novem­ber.

Sib­ling rivalry took cen­tre stage through­out the com­pe­ti­tion and par­tic­u­larly in di­vi­sion three when par­ents, Troy and Diana Hin­schen braced them­selves for the clash be­tween their chil­dren, Emily and Max for first and sec­ond place.

In the end, tena­cious Emily pre­vailed over her brother, win­ning di­vi­sion three, with Max the run­ner-up.

Di­vi­sion two again pro­vided a source of sib­ling rivalry be­tween the Pow­ell sis­ters, Kasey and Tyler, in one of the ear­lier matches, but Kasey claimed the top prize and Ge­or­gia Reid was the run­ner-up.

In di­vi­sion one the Lane brothers, Cooper and Jayden faced off against each other in an ear­lier match, but it was Cooper who claimed the ti­tle with Callam Ogilvie-Al­cock the run­ner-up.

The 2013 sports­man­ship and im­prove­ment awards were given to Amy Hunger­ford and Jayden Cooper.

Many thanks goes to Kelli Reid for her ded­i­ca­tion in run­ning the ju­nior fixtures for the past two years.

The club is pleased to an­nounce that there will be a new head coach in 2014 and a new range of pro­grammes will be of­fered for play­ers of all ages and lev­els.

A re­minder that the AGM will be held on Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 6, 2014 at 7pm.

GREAT FIN­ISH: Proser­pine ten­nis ju­niors Kasey Pow­ell, Ri­ley Rule, Cooper Lane, Max Hin­schen, Jayden Lane, Ge­or­gia Reid, Sam John­son, Callam Ogilvie-Al­cock, Re­becca Muller, Tyler Pow­ell, Emma Bluck (back), Emily Hin­schen and Amy Hunger­ford (front) at their re­cent sea­son break-up.

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