Dawna den Otter and Lyse Tremblay won the Women's A pool in a mixed doubles tournament at Lakeshore Racquets Club.

Summerland hosts Greenwood Cup

The Lakeshore Racquets Club hosted another successful Greenwood Cup doubles tennis tournament on the June 18 and 19 weekend.

The Lakeshore Racquets Club hosted another successful Greenwood Cup doubles tennis tournament on the June 18 and 19 weekend.

A total of 19 teams from the South Okanagan competed in men’s and women’s play with the finals held on Sunday.

Greenwood Forest Products of Penticton sponsored the event and continue to provide support.

Men’s A pool: First Andre Magnusson and Eric Hearle, second Norm Card and Dan Morgan.

Men’s B pool: First Bill Everitt and John Mott, second Warren Belcher and Jim Kriz.

Women’s A pool: First Dawna den Otter and Lyse Tremblay, second Colleen Power and Dawn Richards.

Women’s B pool: First Kersten Grant and Nievis Windley, second Aileen Houston and Kate Kimberley.

 

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