Wisbech tennis star, 15, adds county titles to impressive collection

PUBLISHED: 11:45 30 September 2020 | UPDATED: 11:46 30 September 2020

Seth Briggs-Williams added the county under 16s and under 18s singles titles alongside the men’s doubles championships to his already impressive collection this season. Picture: SUE TOLLIDAY

Seth Briggs-Williams added the county under 16s and under 18s singles titles alongside the men’s doubles championships to his already impressive collection this season. Picture: SUE TOLLIDAY

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One of Wisbech’s tennis stars has added more silverware to his collection following an impressive season.

Seth Briggs-Williams added the county under 16s and under 18s singles titles alongside the men’s doubles championships to his already impressive collection this season. Picture: SUE TOLLIDAYSeth Briggs-Williams added the county under 16s and under 18s singles titles alongside the men’s doubles championships to his already impressive collection this season. Picture: SUE TOLLIDAY

Seth Briggs-Williams, 15, has added the county under 16 boys singles title, alongside the county under 18s men’s singles trophy and county men’s doubles championships, in what has been a trophy-laden campaign.

Seth, a member of Wisbech Tennis Club and a pupil at the town’s Thomas Clarkson Academy, retained his men’s singles accolade for this year with a 6-4 6-2 victory over Bruno Maraschin.

Wisbech Tennis Club wrapped up a full finals day earlier this month where Seth captained his team to near glory against Genia Giles’ side, which had to be separated on bonus points.

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For more information on membership and the club, visit www.wisbechtennisclub.org.uk or their Facebook page.

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