Cheddar Tennis Club chooses most improved junior
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Eight-year-old Jack Brimm has been voted Cheddar Tennis Club’s most improved junior player.
JACK Brimm, aged eight, from Axbridge has been voted Cheddar Tennis Club’s most improved junior player of 2013.
He was presented with the trophy by head coach Dean Cornish at the last coaching session before Christmas.
Jack has been playing tennis for less than two years, but has made good progress and is already entering local LTA mini orange tournaments. In making the award, Cornish said: “Jack shows great promise and is always wanting to play tennis and has every prospect of becoming a good player.”
The club held its annual punch-up between Christmas and new year, with senior members enjoying mulled wine, mince pies and some excellent tennis on a day when the weather was kind.
Now the holiday is over, winter league matches begin again for the club’s three mixed teams and veterans’ team.
Weekly coaching courses for both children and adults restart soon with mini red sessions for under eights indoors at Cheddar First School on Fridays after school and all other sessions on the club courts at Sharpham Road playing fields.
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For more information, contact head coach Dean Cornish on 07557 447011.