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All smiles after a tough game: Steven and Rob in front of the club board, with the singles trophy. Photo S Haslam

Mullumbimby Tennis Club Championship finals were held last weekend and culminated with the open men’s singles where Steve Gort beat Rob Dornan.

It was a game of very tight tennis between the Club’s coaches that saw Steve get the upper hand 6–4, 7–6.

Steve and Rob have played against each other many times since they were 12-years-old, with Steve having the most wins. This last was another close-fought battle.

Full results

Juniors: Division 3, Poppy Sexton defeated Katja Pichler 6–3 6–3.

Division 2, Wilbur McKenzie beat Jasper Pike 5–7 6–3 10–5.

Open juniors: Kylan O’Connor beat Summer Browning 5-7 6–1 10–7.

B grade singles: Peter Brett Def Indy Wild 7–6 6–3.

Open women’s singles: Maggie Santamaria winner, Kirsty Paron runner up.

Open doubles: Stephen Gort/Amadeus O’Connor beat Robert Dorman/Solomon Wolff 7–5 6–3.

B grade doubles: Jarel Aymonier/Jim Preece beat Jiabin Bai/Simon Haslam 6–2, 1–6, 10–5.

Mixed Doubles: Rani Willis/Andrew Duval winner,

Leah Cranston/Jarel Aymonier runner up.

Ladies Doubles: Rani Willis/Leah Cranston beat Maggie santamaria/Ann Nguyen.


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