Today saw the start of Leyland Tennis Club Summer Camps. The children enjoyed a variety of games and fun matches. Pixie the dog also came along, watching from the bench!
U16's are currently in 4th position in their league with 1 match still to play against Ribchester. A win of 4 points or more could see them finish in 3rd place.
U14's had a tough season. The experience that many of our U12's players received by playing up when they were needed should provide a stronger team for next year.
U12's have finished their season with only 3 teams in their league. They went into their last match against Broughton needed 3 points to top the league. Unfortunately after some hard fought matches against a good Broughton team, they only managed to bring 1 point home, therefore finishing in 2nd place. Following great play, effort and fair matches the future of tennis at Leyland looks bright.
On Saturday 1st July, Leyland Tennis Club held their annual American Tournament for Fox Lane Sports and Social Club Presidents Day.
We had a great turnout of Ladies, Men and Junior club players who did themselves proud with brilliant and fun tennis games.
The winners, Sue Barnes and Colin Gibson were presented with the trophy after the final by the President, Dave Wane.
Well done to everyone that took part and especially to the winners.
This weeks best team result came from the Ladies B team who won 4-0 at home against Norbreck. Other results for those matches which avoided the rain are as follows;
Men's 1st team, 2-2 away at Moorland,
Men's A team, 2-2 away at Lytham,
Men's B team, no match as Moorland have withdrawn,
Ladies 1st team, lost 3-1 away at St Annes,
Ladies A team attempted to complete their previously postponed match Lytham on Wednesday only to be rained off.
Top team again this week was the U12's winning 6-0 against Garstang at home. Each match was hard fought and credit was given to each and every player on both teams for their sportsmanship, line calls and play during the matches.
U14's lost 5-1 to Broughton at home,
U16's are playing against Broughton this afternoon away,
Men' 1st team won 2.5-1.5 against Norbreck,
Men' A team drew 2-2 against Broughton,
Ladies' A team lost 3-1 at home to Goosnargh as did the
Ladies' B team away at Lytham.
All results can be viewed online at http://www.ribble.tennis-league.org/ for juniors or http://www.fylde.tennis-league.org/ for adults.
Under 16's won 6-0 at home to
Ladies 1st team lost 3-1 away at Goosnargh
Ladies A team won 4-0 at home to Lytham D,
Ladies B team came away with 1.5 points away at Fairhaven, rain stopped play during the final rubber so the point was spilt,
Men's 1st team drew 2-2 away at St.Chads,
Men's A team lost 4-0 away to Hambleton and
Men's B team lost 3-1 at home to Penwortham
Apologies to any who has tried to email us and not received a response. I am afraid the contact form was linked to wrong email account, however, it is all sorted now!!
A great start to the season by all of our teams, showing promise for the other matches to come.
Under 12's won 4-2 away against Garstang,
Ladies A team came away with a 2-2 draw away at Fulwood,
Ladies B team also a draw at home to Wrea Green B,
Men's 1st team won 3-1 at home to Broughton and
Men's A team lost 3-1 away to Longton.
Yesterday one of our junior members organised and hosted an American tournament to raise money for Cancer Research U.K. After being asked to raise some money to support his whole school's effort during their Lenten Fortnight, the youngster decided to run a tournament, charging a min £1 entry and kicking off the new tennis season.
The members came out in force, on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon to support the event and their kind generosity helped Matthew to raise £70. The courts were full, which was great to see.
Well done to all of our team players this season. Some great results. Out of our three Men's and three Ladies teams, the Men's 3rd team finished 2nd in division 7 and the Ladies1st team were 2nd in division 2.