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THE courts at Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club are looking a treat at the moment with all the refurbishments that have taken place over the spring.
WHILE the majority of the region’s sports stars were keeping dry indoors on Saturday, Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club’s hardy aggregate bunch joined the multitude of ducks in relishing conditions at Merriwa Park.
THE game of cat and mouse that has been played out throughout the spring tennis season looks set to continue into summer, with Brendan Liddell once again reclaiming his throne at Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club’s Saturday aggregate.
THE temperature rose on Saturday and players were noticeably reaching for the drink bottle more often in Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club’s afternoon aggregate.
ON a day when the weather gods threatened to intervene, the rain thankfully dissipated and players were able to take to the courts for the third round of Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club’s aggregate competition, with each of the eight sections fighting it out to the finish line.
THE Barr Reserve tennis complex was the venue of the NERTA grand finals and with grey skies and rain early the Hardcourt committee were out early sweeping the courts in preparation for the afternoon’s matches.
WANGARATTA Lawn Tennis Club’s junior competition winds up this Saturday with the final week of play followed by presentations for both the junior aggregate and the junior club championships.
ALMOST 60 players took part in Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club’s junior singles club championships on the weekend.
A SHOCKING run with injuries failed to derail the Wangaratta Blue train at VCTA Country Week Tennis, with a superb grand final performance seeing the side take out the Special B1 pennant.
AFTER doing it tough in the top grade last year, Wangaratta Blue is happy to be stepping back down to section Special B1 when VCTA Country Week tennis kicks off in Yarrawonga on Monday.
A BUMPER turnout of 70 junior players came back from the holiday break to Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club’s junior competition, inspired by the efforts of Federer, Williams and co during the Australian Open.
WITH the temperature hitting 33 degrees and humidity hovering around 60 per cent at Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club on Saturday afternoon, conditions proved taxing for some.