Narrogin junior and seniors teams claim pennant victories in A-grade tennis competitions

Calvin SimsNarrogin Observer
Narrogin juniors.
Camera IconNarrogin juniors. Credit: Dale Woodruff

The Pingelly and Districts Pennants Tennis Association championships wrapped up in February, with Narrogin triumphing in the A-grade senior and junior competitions in convincing fashion.

In the senior A-grade competition, Narrogin conquered Brookton in a 16 set to eight win while in the juniors Narrogin defeated Pingelly 8-2.

Evelyn Wilkie, Ken Short, Barb Read, Dale Woodruff, Tarien Knott, Alti Le Roux, Yushu Xiao and Blake Hiel all starred in the seniors result.

Narrogin seniors.
Camera IconNarrogin seniors. Credit: Narrogin Tennis Club

Zander Wilkie, AJ DeWaal, Matthew George and Kye Armstrong all featured for the victorious youngsters.

The pennants championships are played between two teams of eight, with four female and four male players respectively.

Each person plays five sets on the day starting with two sets of doubles which then rolls onto one set of singles and finishes with two sets of mixed doubles.

Players are ranked from one to four in the men’s and women’s and play their opposing number from the other team.

Narrogin Tennis Club president Dale Woodruff said there was a good community spirit at the event.

“Narrogin probably has the advantage being that they’re the main town but it’s a good vibe down at the club and we enjoy playing,” he said.

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