Arrowsmith tennis season wraps

Local players win Arrowsmith titles and a silver at the B.C. Seniors Games in Langley

The Arrowsmith Tennis Club wrapped up their season with the Mixed Doubles Finals on Sunday as Bill Majercsik (pictured) and his partner Petra Janusas walked away the winners in straight sets

The Arrowsmith Tennis Club championship tournaments wrapped up this past weekend, capping off the earlier tournament held by the club in August.

The club, which had “another successful year” according to communications manager Kim Harris, saw its tournaments produce winners in the following categories:

Men’s singles: Bill Majercsik

Men’s doubles: Bill Majercsik and Colin Beardmore

Women’s doubles: Kim Harris and Kathy Zahar

Mixed doubles: Bill Majercsik and Petra Janusas

Shirley Craddock and Isabelle Armstrong, two members of the ATC, also participated in the B.C. Seniors Games this year in Langley.

They won a silver medal in the ladies doubles. Armstrong also won silver in the mixed doubles category.

A reminder that the ATC will have drop in sessions that will continue year round, weather permitting, at Springwood Park in Parksville. You can visit their website at for more information.

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