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Congratulations to our winners from the Quiz Night!

 

Thanks to all who joined in the fun at the St Valentine’s Day ‘Blind Date’ Mix-in, including new members Alex and Thomas who ended up playing Singles. Love was definitely in the air (and in the Bar afterwards), especially for outright winners Tim and Lorinda. Congratulations to the happy couple!

What a scream everyone had celebrating Burn’s night. Such a lovely event to be part of and hats off to Mr Tim Shilton who did an amazing job ensuring it was a successful evening.

 

   

Thank you so much Santa and Tim for the Elves (Elvis) entertainment everyone had such a great evening.

Thanks to Nicola for facilitating the fun mix in and the warm mulled wine went down a treat !!

 

 

 

Being a Junior Member at TWLTC offers a whole host of benefits – just look at the poster below!

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It couldn’t be easier Join us

If you want to try before you join, please come along to Friday Junior Club Night

 

Carmel you certainly are an amazing quiz master and you rocked the clubhouse.

What a fantastic evening and great fun was had by all. The fish and chip supper was delicious too.

We can’t wait for the next one!!

A huge thank you to you and your husband for all the hard work you put in to making it such a success.

Congratulations Abby Tennent

I am pleased to share two fantastic results for another TWLTC junior member. Abby Tennent won the U14 grade 5 tournament at Storrington on Sunday 23rd October and won the U12 grade 4 tournament in Seaford today, 24th October. A great achievement for one of junior tennis players.

We are delighted to inform you that one of TWLTC junior members recently won the

Grade 4 Boys 11&Under Tournament, held at TWLTC on Sunday 9th October.

Congratulation to Noah Chaturvedi (on the right) we are all so proud of you!!

For a limited time only we have 10% off all TWLTC Kit.  This offer ends 31 October 2022.  Click here TWLTC kit

The code is AUTUMN10

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RESULTS

LS – Liz Grove bt Elena Holland

MS – Pete Henshall bt Jonathan Pullar

LD – Lucy Van Doren & Elena Holland bt Shan White & Sarah Van Doren

MD – Richard Freeman & Pete Henshall bt Anand Ganesan & Nick Armstrong

MS 45  – Jason Baker bt Tom Rinker

MS 60 – David Arthur bt Kevin Van Doren

MD 45 – Jason Baker & Adam Swan bt Anand Ganesan & Jeremy Halmshaw

MD 60 – Denis Flower & Peter Maltz bt Paul Harvey & Julian Leefe-Griffiths

MD 70 – Clive Darracott & Warwick Morris bt Chris Issacs & Zhong Zhang

LD 40 –Sarah Lindley & Julia Patience bt Lorinda Finlay & Becky Cimelli

XD – Pete Henshall & Eleanor Deaves bt Richard Freeman & Liz Grove

MS Handicap – Keith Maclean bt Nick Baker

MD Handicap – Ben Janousek & Richard Freeman bt Nick Rainey & Nick De Lotbiniere

LD Handicap – Maria Parker & Henny Broderick bt Lousie Houghton & Megan Houghton

XD Handicap – Kate Jelly & Damen Biggs bt Peter Maltz & Zaria Maltz

Parent/ Guardian & Child Doubles – Ben Janousek & Alfie Janousek bt Lousie Houghton & Eve Houghton

Mixed Medley – Maria Parker & Ian Woodcock bt Johnathan Brooks & Becky Cimelli

Boys U14s – Harry Wrigley bt Henry Oliver

Boys U18s – Dan Jones bt James Casey

Girls U18s – Megan Houghton bt Erin Clouston

In the Play Your Way to Wimbledon event on Saturday the final was between Nate De Mariveles and Xavier Morrison-Osei.  With the score at 1-1 in the first set Xavier retired with an injury to his achilles.  Nat won the event at Sevenoaks LTC and Xavier at Park Langley.  Congratulations to the Winner – Nate De Mariveles, and good luck with the National Finals at Wimbledon in August.

Also congratulations to TWLTC member James Casey for winning the consolation final.

boys U11 singles finalists

Boys U11 Singles: Haohan (RU) Alex Bickerton (W)

Boys U14 Singles: Henry Hughes (RU), Hayden Davey (W)

Boys U18 Singles: Tim Vidding (RU) Will Huckell (W)

Verity Webber
Winner Girls 14U Singles, Girls 16U Singles, Girls 14U Doubles

Women’s Singles: Chloe Cleaver (W) Amelia Devlin (RU)

Men’s Doubles Winners: Adrian Leung and Matt Short