Congratulations to Will Saville and Alan Clarke who won the Surrey Squash Open Doubles tournament finals played recently at the RAC club.
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Celebrating Sucess at Tennis AGM
This year’s Tennis AGM kicked off with a celebration of some of our tennis successes for 2018. We were delighted to see so many excited juniors at the AGM to receive their awards from Tennis Chairman, Rod Stevens and Head Coach James Starr.
Lilly Burgess Allen won Junior girl of the year and Daniel Hirst won Junior boy of the year. The team award went to the Mini Red 1st Team. They can all be seen in the photos. Other winners on the night were Nicholas Chan and Tom Morris who both won Boys Most Improved Player of the Year and Stella Alby-Quek who won the Girls Most Improved Player of the year.
Some adult tennis successes were also recognised, most notably the Ladies 1st team who won the Woking winter League, their division in the Surrey winter league and summer league!
King & Queen of the Court – Tennis Tournament
Brian Green and Glodi Fourie were crowned King & Queen of the Court following the tennis tournament that took place on Tuesday evening. 16 members took to the court to battle it out in a fun tournament organised by Club Coach Michael Dolman.
Well done to Brian & Glodi.
Tennis Summer Successes – it’s been a mixed summer of success for the Oxshott tennis teams this year. However, the ladies 1st team have continued to impress, following their Woking Winter league win earlier in the year, by winning their Surrey summer league which sees them being promoted for 2019.
The Mens 4th team have also secured promtion after coming second in their Surrey league group with their final game played yesterday. The Mens 2nd team also came second in their group which also secures their promotion for 2019!
Ladies End of Summer Tennis Tournament – 24 ladies played in the End of Summer Tennis Tournament last Friday at the club. In near perfect conditions there was fun but also competitive tennis played. Carole Charlton was the eventual winner and can be seen alongside Pat Williams and Fiona Windsor who organised the tournament brilliantly. She can also be seen receiving her trophy from Rod Stevens, the Tennis Chairman, who also joined the ladies for lunch afterwards.
We should also say thank you to all those who donated to the Macmillan Cancer Charity which we were collecting for.
Well done to the OVSC Back to Netball ladies who WON this Summer’s local Back to Netball League. The ladies who train at the club at 7.30pm on Wednesday evenings were “chuffed” with the result and their medals. They train throughout the year and all their hard work and fun evenings have paid off.
The club also runs junior and senior teams playing in local leagues and train on Monday evenings.
If you are interested in joining in with the Back to Netball sessions or any of the teams please contact the OVSC office at email@example.com.
Congratulations to club member Richard Middleton, who successfully defended his over 50 Racketlon World Singles title at the Championships held in Zurich last month.
What is Racketlon? In a nutshell you play your opponent at Table Tennis, Badminton, Squash and then Tennis, and eash sport is played to 21 points. The player with the most points across all 4 sports wins the Racketlon match.
Congratulations to Daniel Hurst who recently won the 12 & under Surrey Cup at the National Tennis Centre. After his fantastic 6-1, 6-2 victory Daniel and brother Peter were fortuna