Rescheduled for Sunday 13th August, please take time to drop in.
Annan Seaforth are organising a “Big Hit” at there new courts in Annan and they would like to invite members of all D&G Tennis Club. See poster for further details.
Just turn up on the day to enter.
This event has now been rearranged . New date next sunday 13th, 1pm with closing date midday next Sat 12th 5pm
Keith is still the contact on 07821 526388.
Dalbeattie Tennis Club is running an open mixed doubles competition on Sunday 6th August with a 1pm start.
All entries are welcome and partners will be drawn together, all entries should directed to Keith Thom at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 6pm on Friday 4th August.
Entry is £4 and Dalbeattie Tennis Club will provide the refreshments on the day.
BSW Trophy Poster – Sunday 6th August 2017 at 1pm (46148328)
The D&G Mixed Doubles Leagues started on 12th July with 4 teams in league 1 and 5 teams in league 2 with a new addition as Lochmaben Tennis Club entered a team.
In league 1’s first round of matches it was the current league 1 champions Dalbeattie A against current league 2 champions Dumfries B but Dalbeattie made sure it was an unhappy debut as they thrashed them 4-0. On the same night Dumfries A entertained Stewartry CSC with a battling draw (2-2) being the final result. In the 2nd round the Dalbeattie A v Dumfries A match was called off due to the weather and this gave Stewartry CSC a chance to go top and they took their chance as they eased past Dumfries B with a 4-0 win.
In league 2 both Kirkcudbright teams started with 3-1 wins as the A team beat Dalbeattie B and Kirkcudbright B eased past the new kids Lochmaben.
This weeks sees Dumfries B entertain Dumfries A and Stewarty CSC travel through to Dalbeattie A and in league 2 Kirkcudbright play the team mates Kirkcudbright B whilst Dalbeattie B travel through to Moffat to Beechgrove.
Beechgrove Tennis Club hosted the “last year on Blaes” mini tennis competition on Saturday (1st). there were 30 players entered over the 5 events with players from the host club, Dumfries Tennis Club, Prestwick, Cumbria and Edinburgh. The first winner of the day Oliver McKnight form the Beechgrove club as he completed 6 wins out of 6 in the Mixed red event. Likewise in the orange and green events with Isla Charnock from Cumbria and Euan Sharp from Dumfries winning all their matches in their orange round robin events and Archie Agnew from Chatsworth in Cumbria Julia Janowska from Edinburgh won all their Green ball matches.
There were also some outstanding play from Evie McKnight, Rhys Edwards and Ben Rogerson who managed to take a game off of Archie in the green ball event.
Great play from all..
The D&G Junior leagues came to a close this weekend (2nd) with Moffat taking 3 of the four titles up for grabs with Annan claiming the final one on Sunday 2nd.
Rose Brown and Keeley Scott for the Beechgrove claimed the 10s & under girls title against their younger opponents from Dumfries. Both Erin McCluskey and Eve Crombie competed well in the first year in the leagues tennis but the Moffat duo were to good overall. Moffat also took the 12s & under boys and girls leagues. Brandon Smith and Ben Johnstone are pictured above receiving their league trophy. In the girls league Catie Palmer and Grace Johnson complete the season undefeated to claim the title from fellow Beechgrove players Tess Wilson and Amy McMillin and Heather & Alison Keal.
In the boys 10s & under this went to the wire as Annan completed a double header against Dumfries B and secured 2 wins to edge past Beechgrove on rubbers won, as both teams finished on 10 points each. This was a great achievement for the team who had to play all their matches away from home whilst their courts were being replaced. Special mention to Fergus Reynolds-Lewis from Dumfries who has completed 9 undefeated matches in 2 years of playing in the 10s and under leagues.
Well done to all the kids and thanks to all the parents and clubs for all their support throughout this season.
D&G Junior Leagues 2017 – Results
Colin, Sophie, Robin Charlton, Keith, Maureen and Paul
Colin Dunbar of Lockerbie and Sophie Robinson of Dumfries took the Dan Maskell mixed doubles title recently.
The event, in it’s 23rd year, was played at Dalbeattie courts attracting players from all parts of the region.
In the early rounds Colin and Sophie only dropped two games on their way to the final. On the other side of the draw were former champions Paul Boardman and Maureen Johnstone from Dalbeattie who also had a relatively easy passage through the early rounds to reach the final.
With a packed veranda, the spectators were certainly entertained to some thrilling tennis throughout the day and even more during the final.
Both pairings were providing some edge of the seat rallies which didn’t reflect the score line. Despite lots of close games it was Colin and Sophie that proved to be the dominant ones in the big points and took the title for the first time 6-2, 6-3.
In the plate event for the first match losers, Dumfries duo of Michael Goldie and Fiona McCartney took this 10 games to 4 against Colin and Lyndsey Kennedy form Castle Douglas.
Robin Charlton, daughter of the late Dan Maskell presented the trophy to the winners. The trophy, the Slazenger Challenge doubles trophy, was donated by Robin 23 years ago and was won by Dan at Wimbledon back in 1946.