Sixty young tennis players enjoyed very warm, sunny conditions on Sunday in the annual Cobram Lawn Tennis Association Junior Tournament.February 21, 2013 4:00am
14 years and under Boys, from left, Nicholas Clydesdale, Joshua Riseborough, Sam Beasley, Matt Clydesdale.
Sixty young tennis players enjoyed very warm, sunny conditions on Sunday in the annual Cobram Lawn Tennis Association Junior Tournament.
The day consisted of singles and doubles competitions in age groups ranging from 16 to 12 years and girls and boys.
The quality of tennis was high and excellent sportsmanship was consistently displayed.
This tournament is the precursor to the Labour Day Tournament, one of the most significant events in the area’s sporting calendar.
Singles: 12-and-under girls winner Lilly Bond, runner-up Hannah Riseborough; 12-and-under boys, Alexander King, runner-up Ned Hocking; 14-and-under girls, Tessa Bruni, runner-up Madeline Bourke; 14-and-under boys, Josh Riseborough, runner-up Sam Beasley; 16-and-under girls, Jemma Walsh, runner-up Jessica Demaria; 16-and-under boys, James Lukies, runner-up Tom Bell.
Doubles: 12-and-under girls, Hannah Riseborough and Georgie Heggen, runner-up Taylah Bignell and Lilly Bond; 12-and-under boys, Alexander King and Antonio Ventre, runner-up Jack Cassidy and Nicholas Osborne; 14-and-under girls, Madeline Bourke and Lilly Dunn, runner-up Tessa Bruni and Meg Denson; 14-and-under boys, Sam Beasley and Matt Clydesdale; runner-up Nick Clydesdale and Jye Noonan; 16-and-under girls, Jemma Walsh and Zoe Artavilla, runner-up Jessica Demaria and Holly McCluskey; 16-and-under boys, James Lukies and Edward King; runner-up Josh Riseborough and Tom Bell.
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