Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Tennis Club - 10th September 2019 8:00am
We are delighted to report that we had another successful Finals Day on Sunday 8th September, when we experienced some great matches, ideal weather, enthusiastic support along with refreshments and some lovely cakes.
Thanks to Margaret Wilson for organising and making it such a great event.
The results for the day in playing order were:
Winners. Peter Quilleash & Gary M CCarron (6-4, 6-4)
Runners Up. John Hurrell & David Osman
Winners. Rob O'Loughlin & Harvey Linke (6-3, 1-6, 10-8)
Runners Up. Gary Thompson & Lloyd Griffiths
Winners. Jane Wybron & Lucinda Keates (6-3, 7-5)
Runners Up. Ailsa Bond & Jacky Keates
Winner. Gary Thompson (6-1, 7-5)
Runner Up. Bev Wilson
Winners. Natalie Britnell & Gary McCarron (6-2, 2-6,10-8)
Runners Up. Jacky Keates & Harvey Linke
Mens Senior Singles: (Round Robin Played Previously)
Winner. Bev Wilson
Runner Up. Gary McCarron
Boys U18 Singles: (Played Previously)
Winner. Theo Glasspool (tba)
Runner Up. Daniel Meddows-Taylor
If anyone wants to have better quality copies, please let Margaret Wilson know.
Thanks to all for participating and supporting this year's Club Championships.
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