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Brunswick Tennis Club veteran receives Golden Racket and a fond farewell

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Janice Bast

Marj Davey received the Golden Racket at her farewell party held at the Brunswick Heads Tennis Courts last Saturday night.

Marj has been a wonderful support at the Brunswick Club, playing on the court and serving on the committee!

Marj was with the club for nine years and made plenty of friends.

The Club wishes Marj all the best for her new adventures in the Tweed Shire.


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