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Dominic Beesley

Dominic Beesley

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DOMINIC Beesley broke through in to the main draw of a British Tour event which was held at Cambridge.

Forcing your way into the senior game from juniors is a tough challenge, but the 15-year-old Boston Tennis Club member made an impressive start.

Playing in his first-ever British Tour event, Dominic (pictured) progressed through the pre-qualifying rounds, winning both matches to get through to the qualifying event, where he played and beat Yorkshire’s Ryan Lonsdale and Oliver Brennan, from Lancashire .

Dominic qualified for the main draw where he was among much higher-ranked national players.

He played an outstanding match to beat the number five seed Matthew Pearce 6-2 7-6 to reach the last 16, before losing out in a three-setter against Daniel Elston from Cornwall.

Boston Tennis Club youngsters began the 2011 -2012 Lincolnshire Mini Tennis Leagues. Boston A competed against Boston B, while Boston C played Grantham.

There were wins for Boston A, and for Grantham.

Lucas East, Harry Foster, Lucy Hull, Faith Coffey, Joseph McGarel, Joseph Cannon, Matthew Gedney, Paris Royal, Thomas Hull, Joe Allen, Jensen Barkworth and Bradley Worth all represented Boston.

In the Bombay Brasserie Singles Leagues for October, the top group comprises Dominic Llayton Hannam, Calum McCaig, Courtney George-Jones and Jeremy George-Jones.

In the level below, one group features, James Newton, Zak McDonnell-Woods and Michal Chmielik and in the other are Madeline Verdegaal and Richard Longworth.