Tennis tournament beats the rain

Summerland Credit Union Cup held Sept. 15 and 16

The annual Summerland Credit Union Cup tennis tournament was held at the Lakeshore Racquets Club over the weekend of Sept. 15 and 16.

Ladies doubles teams from many parts of B.C. and Washington participated throughout the weekend under cloudy conditions and managed to complete all but one match before the skies opened up to rain.

A Division: Meryl Ogden and Supha Phonchianghwang of Vernon.

B Division: Diana Anderson and Pat Neilson of Vernon and Jan Newlove of Kamloops and Laura Temby of Tonasket.

Thanks to the Summerland Credit Union for their continued sponsorship as well as Pat Bell for his support.

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