Reece rallies for tennis award
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.