The second week of junior tennis was played in slightly blustery conditions.
Courts were at near capacity again with the Saturday morning program booming.
The red and orange ball hot shots program continued with coach Brady Pritchard and apprentice Thomas Loughnan teaching the fundamentals of the forehand technique.
The kids enjoyed lots of minor games with parents assisting making the morning even more enjoyable.
The three coaching groups are now full with club coach Greg Duns and his assistant Eliza York focusing on the developing match play.
Greg has already earmarked several players to potentially start playing matches within the next few weeks.
The matches group had 44 kids participating and all matches were played in great spirit.
The winners of each group were; Group 1 Liam Williams 16 Hamish Ingram 16 Sam Davidson 16, Group 2 Jessica Linehan 18, Daniel Herrod 17 Group 3 Charlotte White 18 Mia Kennedy 18, Group 4 Bella Bridgeman, Ella Rhodes 18, Group 5 Jess Mansfield 18, Lochie Conway 18 Group 6 Isobel Nagle, Anna Zanin 18.
There are still one or two vacancies for all groups of the Saturday morning programs and queries about registering can be made to Jason Bassett on 0448 838 256.
Also a reminder that the Sportspower Tournament Series starts in Albury on Sunday, November 5.
These tournaments provide the opportunity for further singles match play.
Yarrawonga will host the Sportspower Tournament on Sunday, November 12.
It is hoped that nearly all of the Saturday morning players will play in this event.
Thursday Night Ladies Tennis
Season 2017/2018 of ladies night tennis is fast approaching. Matches start at 6pm on Thursday, November 16.
If you want to join and be put into a team, be put on the emergency list or submit your team, contact Anna by Friday, November 10 on 0478 621 834 or 5744 1554.
The club will hold a round robin and short meeting this Thursday, October 26, please come along and enjoy the club’s great grass courts.
Ashley Wheaton claimed his first aggregate win of the season with a flawless display across all four sets.
Ashley was undefeated and only dropped 10 games for the day.
Maurie Tyrell and Chris Pritchard pushed Julie Pritchard and Ashley to a tie break in the closest set of the day.
Thomas Loughnan showed he is a player of the future winning two of his four sets.