Reece ral­lies for ten­nis award

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

Reece Dun­lop’s tremen­dous work ethic has won him this week’s Ten­nis Whit­sun­day coach­ing pupil of the week ti­tle.

Reece put in 100 per cent dur­ing his les­son and in the squad ses­sion this week, ac­cord­ing to coach Jenny Kirk­man.

In other news, Tues­day af­ter­noon so­cial ten­nis was full of life this week, as John West and Rex Robin­son teamed-up against the ladies.

Rae­lene Miller kept the duo on their toes while the twi­light ses­sion proved a light-hearted af­fair for Emma Din­nie and Amy Hunger­ford.

Wed­nes­day evening hosted a four-a-side game of ten­nis, with vol­leys prov­ing the theme of the night.

Cameron Rodgers, Max Porter, Darcy Larkin and Dar- cy Milne were all stand­outs on the night.

On Thurs­day night Dar­ren Rusk and Norm Hold played scin­til­lat­ing ten­nis, fol­lowed by a set of dou­bles that fea­tured Tad and Anna Now­icki.

Stacey Gan­ter and Monica Ga­bor put in the hard yards on Fri­day morn­ing dur­ing Fit, Fun Ten­nis – the upbeat car­dio work­out on a ten­nis court – chas­ing down balls valiantly.

On Satur­day morn­ing the ladies hit the court for a couple of sets of ten­nis, with Celia Smith, Yoko Stim­son and Pam Pearce prov­ing the ones to watch.

In the af­ter­noon the usual crew came along for a game of ten­nis and a cup of tea, led by Keith Miles and Trish Rouse.

For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Jenny Kirk­man on 0418 866 808.

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