Revenge for tennis pair

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Jayne Walsh and Anthony Hulley won the Bombay Brasserie over 35s Mixed Doubles Tournament at Boston Tennis Club.

The duo beat Helen Cook and Ray Frankish in the final, gaining some revenge as their opponents had defeated them in the final 12 months earlier.

Linda Barrow and Michael Audus finished in third place.

The Boston Indoor New Year Grade Four Tournament came to a conclusion at the Sleaford Road club on Sunday.

The men’s open singles was won by Nicholas Turnbull, a young coach from Yorkshire.

Boston’s Michal Chmielik also played in this section.

In the grade five men’s singles, James Newton was the overall winner, beating Ray Frankish in the final.

Also competing in this section were Boston members Lewis Wyatt, Ryan Frankish, Andy Clamp, Simon Robinson and Phillippe Servonat-Blanc.

Matthew Gedney and Victoria Beardsley were runners-up in the under 12 boys’ and under 14 girls’ events.

Players from Boston included in these age groups were Joseph Cannon, Trent Hutson, Chloe Robinson, Charlotte Priestley, Isabelle Hunt, Paris Royal and Sophie Burnett.

Joseph Parla competed in the under 16 boys’ contest.

In the mini tennis sections, Dominic Sharpe and Matthew Dickens, who was placed third, played well in the mini green and there were good performances at red level from Paul Aranin, Isabelle Servonat, Emily Stukins, Jessica Stephens, Rebecca Dickens.