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B.C. players compete for tennis trophy

The 41st annual Greenwood Cup tennis tournament was played at the Lakeshore Racquets Club on June 15 and 16.

The 41st annual Greenwood Cup tennis tournament was played at the Lakeshore Racquets Club on June 15 and 16.

The tournament attracted 50 participants from Salmon Arm to Osoyoos and Rossland. The results were as follows:

Men’s A: First Henry Slizek (Summerland) and Evan Parliament (Summerland),5W 0L; second Barry Nelson (Summerland) and Winston Pain (Salmon Arm), 4W 1L, third Jerry Reinhardt (Kelowna) and Joe McFadden (Kelowna), 3W 2L.

Men’s B: First Chris Tolley (Osoyoos) and Brian Bagnall (Osoyoos), 5W 0L; second Frits Bakker (Vernon) and Gary Edwards (Vernon), 3W 2L; third Dan Faulkner (Kelowna) and Rob Peter (Kelowna), 3W 2L.

Ladies’ A: First Dawna den Otter (Kelowna) and Laura Temby (Tonasket), 6W 0L; second Bonnie Zeckly (Rossland) and Irene Roberts (Rossland), 5W 1L; third Linda Elia (Summerland) and Deb Mitchell (Summerland), 4W 2L.

Ladies’ B: First Karen Gallagher (Summerland) and Rhonda Manning (Penticton), 5W 1L; second Nieves Windley (Oliver) and Janet Shaw (Oliver), 3W 2L; third Janice Cunsolo (Penticton) and Debbie James (Summerland), 3W 2L.

 

 

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