Megan wins winter series tournament

MEGAN Rundle from the BW Controls Ltd Mini Red Tennis Academy based at the Avenue Tennis Club in Burnham, did fantastically well to win the girls Tony Pryce Indoor Winter Series, winning all four of her matches.

MEGAN Rundle from the BW Controls Ltd Mini Red Tennis Academy based at the Avenue Tennis Club in Burnham, did fantastically well to win the girls Tony Pryce Indoor Winter Series, winning all four of her matches.

This is the second of a series of four tournaments which Megan has won, with two more tournaments scheduled for February and March.

Mini red tournaments will restart at the Avenue on February 27 from 11am, with others scheduled for March 27, April 4, May 15, June 12, July 17 and August 28.

Ellen Burrow played her first tournament away from the familiar surroundings of the Avenue club and managed to win one of her four matches.


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Harry Burrow was also in action in the boys Tony Pryce Mini Red Series and won one of the four groups of five to make the semi-final, which he won 12-10, but was just beaten in the final by a youngster from Chippenham.

Harry also played his first Orange Ball Tournament in the afternoon at Taunton and although being the lowest rated at the event, managed to win one of his three matches.

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The Avenue Tennis Club will be running a social tennis tournament on February 13, where all are welcome to attend and play from 11am.

The club is currently running a membership offer which will see new members getting 15 months membership for the price of 12 at 2010 prices.

The club runs squad coaching sessions every day of the week for juniors, offers one to one coaching, runs Saturday pay and play, cardio fitness and adult only coaching sessions.

Details can be obtained from the website www.avenuutennis.com or ring the club on (01278) 782758.

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