Baseliners win

PUBLISHED: 10:32 08 February 2007 | UPDATED: 14:59 12 May 2010

Jonathan Lancaster, Kyle Henchie, Frankie Limmer, and Ellie Savage

Jonathan Lancaster, Kyle Henchie, Frankie Limmer, and Ellie Savage

THE Red Buntingford Baseliners won their second match in the Red Indoor Hertfordshire Mini-Tennis League on Saturday, beating Letchworth Tennis Club 110-41. The team, pictured, Jonathan Lancaster, Kyle Henchie, Frankie Limmer, and Ellie Savage, played t

THE Red Buntingford Baseliners won their second match in the Red Indoor Hertfordshire Mini-Tennis League on Saturday, beating Letchworth Tennis Club 110-41.

The team, pictured, Jonathan Lancaster, Kyle Henchie, Frankie Limmer, and Ellie Savage, played two singles matches each and then one doubles match - with the Buntingford squad recording a clean sweep.

They have been training at Freman College in Buntingford, which is where they stage their home matches, and are hoping to reach the finals in March.

They have two remaining matches to play against Hoddesdon and Stevenage.

- The club hope that plans for a Buntingford tennis club come to fruition at some point next year.

There are plans for the Edwinstree School site, and anyone interested in supporting the project should visit www.buntingford.com, where membership forms can also be downloaded.

LTA Coaches Liz Wade and John Littleford can be contacted on the following numbers - 01763 273646 and 07958 348097 - respectively.

0 comments

More news stories

Yesterday, 16:55

Garden House Hospice Care held its first Strictly Come Dancing-inspired fundraiser in Letchworth on Saturday, and it was 10s all round on the night.

Yesterday, 12:15

A singing Royston accountant is set to release his debut single – with town businesses and organisations featuring in the charity video.

Yesterday, 11:51

The family of Royston dad-of-three Mitchell Bailey, who died when a fire engine crashed while responding to a 999 call have said their “happy and contented family has been left broken” and they feel the driver “showed no compassion”, after a jury found him not guilty of dangerous driving on Friday last week.

Yesterday, 06:55

More than 700 visitors turned out for the 32nd exhibition of the Royston & District Model Railway Club, held at Bassingbourn Village College on Saturday.

Most read stories

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Royston Crow e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

Royston Crow weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy