Ladies collect their Division Five trophy

PUBLISHED: 18:46 15 March 2017

Gorleston Tennis Club ladies won Division Five. Picture: Fiona Doggett.

Gorleston Tennis Club ladies won Division Five. Picture: Fiona Doggett.


Representatives of the Gorleston Tennis Club ladies’ team attended the Norwich City Tennis League’s annual meeting and presentation evening at Easton College.

The ladies were delighted to be presented with the Division Five trophy, having come top of that section by winning all their matches last summer.

The photograph shows from left to right: Elaine Spencer, Lucy Foster, Bob King (chairman of the NCTL), Mandy Driver, Adrian Gunton (secretary of the NCTL) and Fiona Doggett.

Gorleston Tennis Club will be running an open weekend on May 6 and 7. All are welcome. Further details will appear on the club website nearer the time.

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