Wisbech Tennis Club hold annual singles finals despite ‘blustery conditions’
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Despite “blustery conditions” the Wisbech Tennis Club still went ahead with their annual singles finals event which saw some “good end to end games”.
The finals – held on Sunday, September 9 – saw a battle between Seth Briggs-Williams and Justin Jackson that saw Justin injure himself towards the end.
The injury forced Jackson to withdraw from the competition, crowning Briggs-Williams the winner of the men’s finals.
The ladies final was between Wendy Cropp and Laura Brett – Laura was playing her first ever final.
A spokesman said: “There were some good end to end games and the final score was 6 – 2 to Wendy. A BBQ was held after the presentations.”
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The club has launched new coaching courses for anyone wishing to break into the competitive sport.
The spokesman added: “Wisbech Tennis Club prides itself on being a friendly local club, welcoming people of all ages and standards, including beginners.
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“We have four mixed, two men’s and two ladies teams competing in both West Norfolk and the Huntington and Peterborough leagues for those members looking for a more competitive game.”
For more information, visit: www.wisbechtennisclub.org.uk or call: 07549 263767