HALYCON TENNIS JR. RESULTSFriday 3rd June 2011
The Halcyon Tennis club after numerous rain delays causing the postponement of the jr. tournament was able to host its first tournament of the year this weekend 28th & 29th May, 2011.
The tournament saw over 31 athletes all hailing from several tennis clubs across the island- host camp Halycon, SASS (St. Anthony's Secondary) Tennis club, Jolly Harbour, Samantha and Vikings.
The tournament included players ranging in age 8 years old to 17 years old playing in 12 & under and 14 & Under catergories(boys); the girls were divided into 2 categories A & B class.
The level of play in all categories boys and girls was of a high level and the tournament directors encourage all atheletes to continue to practice vigorously in preparation of the next upcoming tournament.
Congratulations to all the winners and finalist:-
Boys 12 & U Cordell Williams Jr. (Winner) Ayden Ambrose (finalist)
Boys 14 & U Jevannie Ambrose (winner) Cedique Henry (finalist)
Girls A class D'Jeri Raymond (winner) Noah Peters (finalist)
Girls B Class Danielle Byron (Winner) Jayra Navarro (finalist)
Special mention must go out to Callum Drepaul the youngest player and the athlete who showed the most improvement.
Girls A class
D’Jeri Raymond (Halcyon) def Jessica Issac (Jolly Harbour) Pro set 8-5
Noah Peters (Halcyon) def Zhane Potter (Halcyon) Pro set 8-5
D’Jeri Raymond def Noah Peters Pro set 8-2
Girls B Class
Danielle Byron (halcyon) def Chantalle Byron (halcyon) pro set 8-3
Jayra Navarro (Halcyon) def Kelsey Meyer (SASS) pro set 8-3
Danielle Byron def Jayra Navarro pro set 8-1
Cedique Henry (halcyon) def Tristan Blatter (samantha) pro set 8-4
Jevannie Ambrose (Halcyon) def Frankie Smith (Samantha) pro set 8-0
Jevannie Ambrose def Cedique Henry pro set 8-3
Cordell Williams jr(halcyon) def Luc Drepaul (halcyon) pro set 8-4
Ayden Ambrose (halcyon) def Callum Drepaul (halcyon) pro set 8-6
Cordell William jr def Ayden Ambrose pro set 8-1
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