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Over 35’s Tennis Tournament @ Narooma 10th – 12th March


The weekend proved beyond doubt that world class tennis at 35 years of age is acheivable. yes, there were the groans and the aches but both Serena Williams and Roger Federer have proven to the world that there is still a lot of tennis to be played. Feeling inspired and over 35?

The 3rd annual Club Narooma Seniors Tennis Tournament will be held 10th – 12th March, 2017. Due to the success of previous years, this Over 35’s tournament has this year been expanded to a full 3 day program of singles, men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles.

Players can enter up to 5 events over the weekend. Each event is completed in either a morning or an afternoon. All events will be round-robin format so, win or lose, everyone will get plenty of tennis.

The Tournament is sanctioned by Tennis Seniors NSW and forms part of a state-wide “circuit” of Over 35’s tennis tournaments. While play is always competitive, matches are played in a friendly sporting spirit.

The tournament receives entries from across southern NSW and the ACT

In addition to the tennis, over the tournament weekend Narooma Tennis Club and Club Narooma will be hosting a players’ welcome on Fridaynight and Trivia Night on Saturday (both at Club Narooma), as well as the popular free BBQ lunch on Sunday.

Entry fees are $12 per person per event, spectators are free and very welcome. Entries close on Monday 27th February, 2017

Entry forms and all other information is available from www.facebook.com/NaroomaSeniorsTennis or call Brian on (02) 4473 6669.



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