Glenn Innes Open

Glenn Innes Open

Last weekend a group of 25 players from Lismore travelled to Glenn Innes to compete in their annual tournament. In the mens Craig Hoskings and Steve Clark (known as Laurel and Hardie) enjoyed success in two divisions while Nathan Moore, Max Rowed, Luke and Bryce Devlin and Mick Sherry all won or were runners up in their grades. Local girl Taylor Moore was successful in both singles and mixed doubles as was Sarah Wray, who won the Open Ladies Title and partnered Ellie Wray to defend their doubles title of the last two years.

Mixed Comp

On Wednesday the Lismore Association Mixed Competition got underway. This year 39 teams have entered in five divisions, a big increase in numbers from last year. Fantastic. Any players who have missed getting in a team are urged to list as a reserve through either East Lismore, Goonellabah or Lismore Tennis Club.

Clunes Tennis Club

Lismore Tennis has taken over the coaching lease at Clunes Tennis Club. The Clunes club is very strong with more than 140 members, so to cater for the increased demand Lismore Tennis Centre has taken on a new coach Melbournes Peter Baroch. Baroch has 12 years experience working at the International Tennis Academy and his vast experience will be welcome.

For info on coaching at Clunes or Lismore Tennis Centre please phone me on 6621 3417 or 0403 161 855.


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