THE three division one teams played at home this week with some great tennis on all courts.
WHAT an off and on again afternoon it was on Saturday, with thunder and heavy rain causing a few to run for cover.
OVERFLOWING with inspiration from the ease with which professionals slam and caress the ball in the Australian Open, around 100 players representing 16 teams in the Benalla and District Tennis Association gathered at Euroa on Saturday following the Christmas-New Year break. Some were able to emulate their on-screen idols while others wondered how every ball[…]Read more
ROUND nine of the Benalla and District tennis season was conducted in ideal conditions on Saturday. Four of the five Euroa teams played at home. In Section One, Megan O’Bree, Eliza Hoare, Marnie Burton, Glen Burton, Nic Asquith and John Anderson represented Gooram in the match against Molyullah’s Jenny Muller, Gabby Patterson, Di Muller, David[…]Read more
FOUR members of the Euroa Secondary College intermediate girls’ tennis team, along with Mr Collicoat and a good cheer squad of parents, set off for the Boroondara Tennis Centre in Balwyn recently.
EUROA Secondary College (ESC) intermediate tennis teams travelled to the Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Courts last Thursday to compete in the Hume region tennis championships.
FINALS fever has invaded the minds and actions of players in the Benalla and District Tennis Association.