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volume 26 issue 11
Junction Journal November, 2017 13 TDDCDAI Annual Tennis Tournament 2017 On Saturday 28 th of October TDDCDAI held its Annual Tennis Tournament. The afternoon was run with the adults starting their mixed round robin draw organised by Kevin Philip at 3pm. This brought in some very competitive competition from the locals attending. For the ladies in attendance Lucia, Suzanne, Amanda, Rachel, Leanne, Beth, Hazel & Lulu teamed up with the local lads Rooster, Chris Oliver, Joe, Logan, Nigel and Ross. After the 4 rounds were completed the kids took the courts to show off their tennis skills. Players were Kayley, Gwen, Lane, Tayah, Georgia, Lindsey, Bella, Casey, Bailey & Prue. The older kids played a modified doubles match and all children enjoyed a skill session co-ordinated by Chris Howie and Chris Oliver. The kids who took out the junior competition were Lane Howie & Gwen Philip. Following the junior tennis the adults took to the courts again for the adults finals. Lucia Philip won the womens final and Chris Oliver the mens. Congratulations to all the days winners and thank you to all the community members who came and participated or enjoyed the social outing of the days event. Everyone enjoy a delicious BBQ and a cool refreshing beverage afterwards. Remember that the courts at the community hall are there to be used, so get a group together now that Netball has finished and have a friendly hit on a Friday night or mid-week before the rain sets in for the Wet Season. Suzanne Gill
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