Kyabram Lawn Tennis Club’s annual junior singles tournament again attracted good numbers from across the district.December 4, 2013 4:44am
Junior tennis players hit the courts in numbers on Sunday for Kyabram Lawn Tennis Club’s annual singles tournament.
In all, 35 players, some from Elmore and Rich River, competed in age groups ranging from 10-and-under to 16-and-under and included both boys’ and girls’ categories.
Winners were: 16-and-under Shaun Doolan; runner-up Angus McKenzie; 14-and-under boys Jacob Liversidge; runner-up Nathan Angelino; 12-and-under boys Deagan Tomkins; runner-up Talbot Varcoe; 10-and-under boys (court one) Thomas Liversidge; runner-up Aaron Niglia; 10-and-under boys (court two) Mitch Dodos; runner-up Sam Trewick; 14-and-under girls Emma Cox; runner-up Jess Donaldson; 12-and-under girls Penny Laidlaw; runner-up Lily Holden.
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