BBSSSA Tennis Championships 2017

Tuesday, 31 Oct 2017 1:28 PM

Venue: Queenwood Tennis Academy, Oxford Falls

 

Date: Tuesday 24rd October 2017

 

Start:     9.00am

Finish:   2.05 pm

 

Attending

St Pauls Manly – 3, St. Peter’s Tuggerah – 5,  Mount St Benedict’s Pennant Hills- 3; Stella Maris Manly - 3; St Edwards East Gosford - 3; MacKillop College  Warnervale - 4; Mater Maria Warriewood - 5; St Leos Wahroonga - 4; Mercy Chatswood – 3; St Augustines – 1, St Josephs - 3

 

Results:

Open Girls:         Winner:                St Peters Tuggerah

                             Runner Up:         Stella Maris Manly

 

Open Boys:         Winner:                St Leo’s Wahroonga

                             Runner Up:         Mackillop Warnervale

 

15 Girls:                Winner:                St Peters Tuggerah

                                Runner Up:         Mercy Chatswood

 

 

15 Boys                 Winner:                St Paul’s Manly                

       Runner Up:         St Edwards East Gosford

 

13 Girls:                Winner:                St Josephs

                               Runner Up:         Mercy Chatswood

 

13 Boys                 Winner:                St Edwards East Gosford

                               Runner Up:         St Augustines Brookvale

 

Comments:

-          Congratulations to St Peters (Open Girls) & St Leo’s (Open Boys) who are now eligible to represent Broken Bay at the CCC Team Championships in June next year at Bathurst.

-          Please note: the format is different for CCC and you will require 4 players for this tournament in which both singles and doubles are played.

-          Congratulations to all winning teams and the runners-up on providing a good standard of tennis and enjoyable finals.

-          Trophies were handed out to the winning teams and medals to the team members of the winners and runners up.

-          Students should be commended in terms of their general behaviour as well as their sportsmanship on court. Students were also very respectful and accommodating to any requests made of them.

-          A special note of thanks to teachers for their help in getting teams onto courts and matches underway promptly so no lag between matches

-          One pleasing aspect in terms of results was that across 6 finals on the day 9 different schools were represented.