Arrowsmith tennis club busy with tournaments

The Arrowsmith Tennis Club has been enjoying this recent run of beautiful weather.

The Arrowsmith Tennis Club members hope the beautiful weather holds for two more tournaments (July 4 & 18) in Parksville.

The Arrowsmith Tennis Club has been enjoying this recent run of beautiful weather, taking to the courts at Springwood for tournaments through the month of June, with two more coming in July.

The most recent tournament for the club was the Oceanside Open Mixed Doubles, which saw two divisions crown champions.

Winners from the East Division were Greg Bach and Liz Astill, as they beat out Ryan Hoover and Kathy Zahar.

Garry Kaita and Evie Seeton outlasted the team of Art McMillan and Martine Blue to be crowned West Division winners.

The club will now switch gears to focus on their next two tournaments, a round robin on Saturday, July 4 and another mixed doubles tournament on July 18.

Anyone interested in joining the Arrowsmith Tennis Club should visit their website at www.arrowsmithtennis.ca.

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