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CC16 - Day 3 Summary

, Here is a summary of yesterday’s Tennis County Champs from our Tournament Organiser: End of Day 3 - Quarter Finals was a day of upsets for the seeds which meant there were some heated battles across the age groups. Harrison Birch in the U16 had another three set battle with the other Davies twin William, coming out on top 10-8 in third. Following that match Harrison went up an age group and pushed Taylor Penny all the way with some superb rallies on court 4, Taylor prevailed 10-8 in the final set. The two stars of the day where Finley Cook and Jamie Crothers who both managed to win their Men’s and U18 matches in straight sets, fantastic effort as they are both playing up age groups. U14 Mixed Doubles started today with Trump/Yates making it through in straight sets. Tomorrow looks to be an Stella line up through the day, with the Men’s Doubles Quarters and Semi's finishing off the evening. RALLY OF THE DAY - U18 Boys Doubles Crothers/Thawait against Lawley/Birch, unbelievable retrieving of smashes from Crothers/Thawait turned the point around to win at the net. (only for Crothers to be penalised for hitting the ball on his partner’s side). Unfortunately the weather has turned so many of today’s matches will be indoors with some interesting Men’s Doubles from 6pm tonight. Regrettably some of our junior members did not represent the club appropriately yesterday and I would ask that all junior parents please remind their children that the club is very fortunate to be hosting this event which is only possible with flexibility from our members and Tennis Committee. It’s important that juniors are properly supervised and that noise is kept to a minimum around the club. Litter should be placed in the bins provided and our staff and members are to be respected when juniors are asked to behave with more consideration. Marc Hughes Operations Manager

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