Good News Stories from Tennis at LiveWire
- Category: Leisure
- Published: 11 November 2019
Over the past few months we've been gathering lots of good news stories from our tennis programme. Here are some of the top highlights!
Navneeth Vishwanath at the Bolton 8 & Under G5
Well done to Navneeth who travelled to Bolton to compete in the 8 & Under grade 5 after missing out on a place in the final last time around this time he took it one place further making the final and finishing runner up. Brilliant work!
Great Sankey 10 & Under players
It was great to see this group of Great Sankey players stay behind after their group and book a court to practice. Keep up the good work guys!
All LiveWire Players -Competition week
What a week, we’ve had over 150 children and juniors take part in our end of term comp week using the brilliant team challenge resources supplied by the LTA. Here’s just a few snap shots from throughout the week. You’re all champs
Phoebe Mitchel - Graves Winter Grade 3 – Under 18 Girls Singles
A stand out performance from Phoebe during the half term break winning the U18 Girls Singles title in Sheffield. Phoebe was unseeded in the draw and knocked out the number 3 and number 1 seeds on her way to the title! Fantastic performance and a well-earned title!
Phoebe Mitchell & Jemma Cave - Graves Winter Grade 3 – Womens Doubles
Phoebe and Jemma teamed up again to earn yet another doubles title! They won the Womens Doubles event held at Sheffield. The girls have been working hard together on the practice court sharpening up their doubles play so it’s great to see the hard work is paying off!
Amy McMahon DL Nottingham Grade 4 Under 12 Girls Singles AND North Winter County Tour Leeds under 14 Girls Singles
Amy has recently joined the Birchwood performance squads and has brought a huge amount of energy and enthusiasm to the group. It’s great to see her hard work on the practice court has been paying off out at tournaments with recent success winning the U12 Girls Singles title in Nottingham and the U14 Girls Singles title in Leeds. Well done and keep up the hard work Amy!