Tournament continues to attract top SW talent
TENNIS players from across the South West converged on Boyup Brook over the Labour Day long weekend for the town’s annual tennis tournament.
Tournament director Jodi Nield said 92 players from 17 clubs competed in the event on March 3 and 4.
According to Nield, many return to the tournament year after year for the great family atmosphere, quality tennis country hospitality.
“There is such a relaxed feel about our tournament – it runs so smoothly and everyone has a great time on and off the court,” she said.
A total of 193 singles, doubles and mixed doubles matches were played with competitors ranging from juniors through to super veterans.
Bunbury’s Sam Galati won the men’s championship singles title for the second time.
Bridgetown mother and daughter Natalie and Brooke Clynch contested the women’s singles final with Brooke winning the day.
The tournament’s continuing success is due to the enormous contribution of a team of dedicatand ed volunteers and the support of local business sponsors, Nield said.
A full list of results is available at www.boyupbrooktennis.myclub.org.au.
Bunbury’s Sam Galati won the men’s championship for the second time.
Bridgetown’s Brooke Clynch won the women’s singles title.