Royston Tennis Club ladies gain promotion

PUBLISHED: 10:45 17 December 2015 | UPDATED: 10:45 17 December 2015

Royston Tennis Club's ladies 3rds win promotion

Royston Tennis Club's ladies 3rds win promotion

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Royston Tennis Club ladies’ 3rds have gained promotion to Division Four after battling high winds to claim a win and a draw in their last two matches of the Cambridgeshire Winter League.

The team of Kate French, Nicole Hamblin, Caroline McCormick, Jo Rees and Pippa Wisdom (pictured below) drew at home against Fulbourn and won their away match against Gransdens 2nds.

Awaiting one more result in their division, Royston look likely to finish second in the league.

The club welcomes new members and operates a full LTA tennis programme of coaching, matches and tournaments for mini, junior, adult and veteran players of all abilities.

Find Royston Tennis Club on Facebook or visit www.roystontennis.co.uk

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