Junior Club Champ Singles

Junior Club Champ Singles

Junior Club Champ Singles

Junior Club Champ Singles were played during the week of April 4th.

Numbers were good through the 10s and 12s grade boys and girls. 14s boys were also well represented.   Having matches and age bands spread over numerous days worked well and having the finals on the one day was a great way to finish the season with parents and players watching.

The finals day and presentation was very well attended given the circumstances.

 

    Champion Runner Up
Girls 10s Singles Kaia Hartstonge Charlotte Gilbert
  Doubles Charlotte Gilbert and Luca Mitchell Kaia Hartstonge and Florence Walker
Boys 10s Singles Sam Mooney Josh Kreft
  Doubles Evan Choi and Josh Kreft Sam Mooney and Sam Gilbert
Girls 12s Singles Catherine Vogt Greta Dalling
  Doubles Greta Dalling anf Catherine Vogt Amy Gilbert and Sophia Cathro
Boys 12s Singles Tom Dawson Toby Lang
  Doubles Angus Mooney and Tom Dawson Kingston Laifa and Henry Cooney
Girls 14s Singles Margo Dalling Annabel Skinner
  Doubles Emily Woodgate and Charlotte Kyle Annabel Skinner and Lidia Sanchez
Boys 14s Singles Corbin Revis Thomas Richardson
  Doubles Archie Watson and Seb Hinton-Russell Thomas Richardson and Samuel Richardson
Girls Open Doubles Billie Revis and Madi Hughes Georgia Marchant and Miya Hartstonge

 

Senior Singles Club Champs

Senior Singles Club Champs

Senior Singles Club Champs

The WTC Senior Singles club champs were held on 9 April with the day sporting idyllic tennis weather. Four events took place, commencing at 9:30m. The Women’s Open was well contested, but the most popular event was the Men’s B Grade with 16 entrants.

 

The day went exceedingly well, with players and spectators alike enjoying the tennis and atmosphere. Lloyd’s slightly odd vantage point was noted.

 

Highlights included:

  • Mark Gilbert doing a marathon effort with 3 matches back to back, all the while playing great tennis.
  • Stephen Campen and Nick Bray abiding the gentlemanly approach, politely chatting for 5 minutes during end changes.
  • The inclusion of the young Margo Dalling in the Women’s B grade.
  • The Men’s Open was much enjoyed by spectators, particularly the final between Simon Mooney and Ben Hyde-Smith. It was a tremendously hard-fought final.
  • In the Women’s Open final, Freya Maguire played a very well-thought, low error game against Noriko Burra who chased down every ball.

The Club Captains and Manager would like to thank everyone for their participation and making the day a great one.

 

WTC SCC 2022 Winners and Runner’s Up:

Men’s Open – Ben Hyde-Smith and Simon Mooney

Women’s Open – Freya Maguire and Noriko Burra

Men’s B Grade – Travis Holden and Jay Bester

Women’s B Grade – Rebecca Gilbert and Margo Dalling

 

Forsyth Barr Business House Competition at club this Winter

Forsyth Barr Business House Competition at club this Winter

Forsyth Barr Business House 2022

The club is excited to be running the Forsyth Barr Winter Competition again in 2022.

As per usual, the competition will be played on a Thursday night, starting May 5th, with teams starting at either 6:30pm or 8:00pm and playing 3x 30 minute doubles games.

If you have an interest in entering a team of players (entries by April 24th) or would wish to put your name forward onto a list of subs, please indicate your interest to Graeme Campbell, Club Manager, Tournament Organiser, admin@wtc.co.nz You will then be sent a competition information pack.

The competition ‘information pack’ includes:

  1. Form 1 Team entry form. Please complete the details in the form and return to admin@wtc.co.nz .  It is especially helpful to have mobile numbers and email addresses.
  • This year we would like all teams to include a/some female players in your roster as well as enough players to allow for various unavailability from time to time, and to ensure you have a full team for each tie. We have many spare players wanting to play in teams. Please advise if you require additional team members.
  • A ‘Subs List’ will also be provided in due course to which you can refer to if a substitute player is required. The Tournament Organiser can also help recommend subs as well.
  1. Form 2 Competition Rules and other helpful information.  Any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact the Tournament Organiser.
  • A draw will be provided when final team numbers are confirmed.
  • There will be new tennis balls provided for each flight of matches each week and light refreshments after each flight of matches.

 A range of excellent prizes will be awarded at the completion of the competition.

We would like to acknowledge the sponsor of this competition, Forsyth Barr.  We greatly appreciate their continued support of the competition.

We trust that this will be a successful competition for all teams with a chance to enjoy the social side of tennis as well as the competitive.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions regarding the competition.

We look forward to seeing you out on the court this winter!

Well done Tom

Well done Tom

Well done Tom

What a great start to the New Year for one of our young up and coming players, Tom Dawson. After coming close in recent tournaments, he picked up his first singles title at the Marlborough Junior Summer Open in late January, winning the 10s Boys’ singles final in straight sets.
Tom loves his Tennis, is always down at the club practising and it’s so rewarding for him to see his efforts coming to fruition.
We are all very proud of him and all the Waimairians who took part in the summer series of tournaments.