Charity tennis night

Charity tennis night

The Lismore Tennis Club is hosting a charity tennis night on Tuesday, November 21.

The tennis will start at 5.30pm but players can arrive later if pre-arranged. The theme for the night will be doubles round robin with male and female players as well as juniors of competition standard welcome. A sausage sizzle will be provided on the night as well as some raffles and various fundraisers.

The cost of the night is $10 per player or $25 for a family of four. Juniors under 16 years are $5.

All proceeds on the night will go to Camp Quality.

For information phone Jill at Lismore Tennis on 6621 3417 or Mary Lemon on 6621 4160. Also, players are asked to register before the night to assist with catering. If local players or business houses would like to assist on the night through donations of any type, it would be greatly appreciated.

State Academy Challenmge

Two local juniors recently returned from Gosford where they represented the North Coast Academy of Sport in the State Academy Challenge. Despite the fact that this was the first time the North Coast has competed, they won the state event, thanks greatly to the strong play of locals Kristy Jones and Bryce Devlin.

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