Tight re­sults at ten­nis

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

WHIT­SUN­DAY TEN­NIS

TUES­DAY af­ter­noon so­cial ten­nis was a bee­hive of ac­tiv­ity on court with Rae Miller, Merle Foot, Kay Hoare and Tr­ish Rouse play­ing a tight set of ladies dou­bles with long ral­lies.

Tues­day night so­cial ten­nis was an en­ter­tain­ing af­fair with Rick Galea, Norm Hold, Elly Watkins and Daniel Scott play­ing a hotly con­tested set of dou­bles in­clud­ing some won­der­ful serv­ing from Norm Hold.

On Wed­nes­day evening all four courts were in ac­tion. Pick of the sin­gles matches was the match be­tween Jenny South­ern and Ri­ley Ap­ple­gate.

It was serve and vol­ley for Jenny South­ern while Ri­ley was out to hit some down the line win­ners.

Fit, fun ten­nis, the up­beat gym work­out on a ten­nis court, was a blis­ter­ing af­fair. Lesley Nolan kept up a crack­ing pace.

Early morn­ing Satur­day So­cial Ladies is catch­ing on with two new faces join­ing in – a big wel­come to Su­san But­ler and Lisa Moir.

Satur­day af­ter­noon so­cial ten­nis didn’t miss a beat with Gra­ham Curtis, John and Ch­eryl West and Betty Wil­son serv­ing up some tit­il­lat­ing ten­nis.

Coach­ing pupil of the week was Emma Din­nie for con­sis­tent ral­ly­ing.

Best wishes to club ju­nior Amy Hunger­ford in the North Queens­land State School tri­als this week.

In­ter­ested in so­cial ten­nis or coach­ing? Phone 0418 866 808

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