Tennis action heating up
PICTURE perfect weather, great company and fantastic tennis set the scene for a superb day of Saturday afternoon social tennis at the Cannonvale State School courts.
The afternoon commenced at 1pm and wound down at 5pm. Some of those happy to hit the courts were Rae Miller, Rex Robinson, Keith Miller and Graham Curtis.
Tuesday evening social tennis is proving popular with a mix of ages from 17-years up to the more mature players, all mixing in together.
David Nolan gave it his best shot as did other attendees on the evening.
Thursday evening had a fine mist keeping players cool on the court and a fantastic set of doubles was played by Anna Nowicki, Norm Hold, Tas Hagger and Darren Rusk.
Just Do It junior social tennis was spectacular with all courts in action.
Newcommers Kody and Jessie Smylie and Mckenzie Murphy gave it their best shot and the club is still seeking parent to assist the session.
Tuesday afternoon tennis at the Cannonvale State School courts saw the super group put through their paces with plenty of action.
This group trains every Tuesday and are a great bunch of children.
Coaching pupils of the week were Demi and Macy Cursio, Conner and Mikala Pearce, Kohan and Jordyn Mau, Shayla Flynn and Katie McDonald.
These youngsters put in a great effort on their forehands. Tennis Whitsunday memberships are now due and payable.
For more information, contact Jenny Kirkman on 0418 866 808.
YOUNG GUNS: Just Do It junior social tennis stars Jesse Nicholoson, Jasper McKinnon, Mark Nicholson and Kody Smylie played doubles on the mini courts on Monday afternoon.
IN ACTION: Jordan Bannister hit the Cannonvale State School courts with coach Jenny Kirkman to improve his ground strokes on Monday.