His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor Mr Adam Wood presented prizes to the winners of Albany Lawn Tennis Club’s annual championship tournament. Marc Chinn beat Sean Drewry in the senior men’s singles final while Laura Feely won the women’s singles event with Sarah Breed finishing as runner-up.
Stuart Colligon, Director of Auxesia Ltd, said sponsoring the tournament was an ideal match for the company’s business philosophy. He added: “Our approach to business is based on an ‘aggregation of marginal gains’ philosophy in which we help clients strive for 1% performance improvements across all areas of the business to deliver significant gains. Tennis, like all sports, is about making marginal gains in training in order to perform better in competition, so we welcome opportunities to show our support for events which tie-in with our core values. We’re delighted that the championship proved to be such a success and would like to thank everyone who organized the event, all of those who took part, the friends and families of players who turned up to watch, and His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor for kindly agreeing to present the prizes on finals day.”
Other results were as follows:
U8 girls’ singles: Winner – Mika Chen; Runner-up – Charlotte Clarke
U8 boys’ singles: Winner – Jayden Go; runner-up – Harry McAleer
U9 mixed singles: Winner – Zac Walker; runner-up – Roch Mirski
U10 boys’ singles: Winner – Zac walker; runner-up – Roch Mirski
U12 boys singles: Winner – Max Walker; runner-up – Jay Skelcher-Maxwell
U18 mixed singles: Winner – Will Broadhead; runner-up – Adam Pyatt-Coppell
U18 boys’ doubles: Winners – Sean Drewry and Adam Pyatt-Coppell; runners-up – Max Walker and Jay Skelcher-Maxwell
Men’s doubles: Winners – Marc Chinn and Oliver Broadhead; runners-up – Sean Drewry and Adam Pyatt-Coppell
Women’s doubles: Winners – Sarah Breed and Laura Feely; runners-up – Kirsten Olsen and Elena Snidal.
Mixed doubles: Winners – Marc Chinn and Laura Feely; runners-up – Calvin Smith and Elena Snidal