Loading...
Get your tickets to the World Cup of tennis this September from just £10
Skip to content

Tennis Wales

Tennis County Champions crowned across North and South Wales

• 3 MINUTE READ

N&S County.png

The North and South Wales Tennis County Championships took place in May at Prestatyn Tennis Club and Dinas Powys Tennis Club respectively.

This year marked the introduction of an Open event for adults as well as junior age groups, delivered by local referees Paul Pritchard in South Wales and Mark Wilkinson in North Wales.

The South Wales event hosted Tennis Wales President, Baroness Sater, who commented on the tennis on display;

“It was superb to see the talent on display in what was an action-packed weekend. We support County tennis competitions across North & South Wales and to see talented players competing for these titles at two great tennis venues is great to see”

Both tournaments welcomed increased competitors this year, supported by parents, coaches and local people.

South Wales Winners

  • 8U Boys: Rupert Hannon
  • 8U Girls: Savannah Dury
  • 9U Boys: William Ludman
  • 9U Girls: Millie Swain
  • 11U Boys: Daniel Obaid
  • 12U Boys: Charlie Newman
  • 12U Girls: Amnah Salim
  • 14U Boys: Euan Hong
  • 14U Girls: Amnah Salim
  • 18U Boys: Max Swayne
  • 18U Girls: Madeleine Green
  • Open Men’s: Oliver Page

North Wales Winners

  • 8U: Celeste Mato
  • 9U: Lincoln Palmer
  • 10U: Elliot Kruzel
  • 12U Boys: Finley Walker Jones
  • 12U Girls: Marnie Grocott
  • 14U Boys: Emlyn Walker Jones
  • 14U Girls: Zara Douglas
  • 18U Boys: Will Harrington
  • 18U Girls: Zara Douglas
  • Open Men’s: Will Harrington

The success of this year's championships highlights the dedication and skill of our young tennis players and the support of our community. We look forward to seeing these talents develop further in the future.

 

Cookies on LTA site

We use cookies on our site to ACE your experience, improve the quality of our site and show you content we think you’ll be interested in. Let us know if you agree to cookies or if you’d prefer to manage your own settings.