PHOTO SUBMITTED TENNIS WINNERS Winners of the Greenwood Cup doubles tennis tournament women’s A division Jen Polz and Judith Clarke from Victoria. Presenting the prize is Bess Dobie,who, with her husband Joe, were former owners of Greenwood Forest Products, long-time sponsors and founding members of Lakeshore Racquets Club.

Summerland hosts tennis doubles tournament

20 teams from region compete in Greenwood Doubles Tennis Tournament

The Lakeshore Racquets Club hosted the 47th Annual Greenwood Doubles Tennis Tournament on June 16 and 17.

There were a total of 46 matches played under sunny skies, but there was still time for our out-of-town guests to explore Summerland and a few wineries.

A total of 20 teams took part this year, with participants coming from Kelowna, Salmon Arm, Oliver, Vernon, Penticton, and Victoria. Ten players from Summerland participated this year with one team winning the women’s B division and another placing second in the women’s A division.

The event is sponsored by Greenwood Forest Products of Penticton and SummerGate Winery of Summerland as well as the Summerland Parks and Recreation Department.

Results:

Ladies A division winners: Jen Polz, Victoria and Judith Clarke, Victoria.

Ladies A division runners-up: Karen Gallagher, Summerland and Kim Kopp, Penticton.

Ladies B division winners: Donna Grant, Summerland and Deb Mitchell, Summerland.

Ladies B division runners-up: Ingrid Stewart, West Kelowna and Leslie Weisner, Kelowna.

Men’s A division winners: Joe McFadden, Kelowna and West Martin-Patterson, Salmon Arm.

Men’s A division runners-up: Jeremy Bell, Vernon and Alain Brunelle, Vernon.

Men’s B division winners: Gurpal Buttar, Penticton and Tomasz Bartkovicz, Penticton.

Men’s B division runners-up: Harry Gill, Penticton and Nikhil Mohan, Penticton.

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