West Norfolk Sports Podcast: Special preview to the Hunstanton Tennis Tournament

Harry Weeds Harry Weeds

Friday, August 15, 2014
7:39 PM

Tennis is our main focus on this week’s West Norfolk Sports Podcast.

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With more than 1,000 players set to descend on the area’s coast for the Hunstanton Tennis Tournament, it’s time to shine the spotlight on one of the British summer’s most popular past-times.

Host, and King’s Lynn-based sports journalist, Gavin Caney is joined by stalwart organiser Chris Holt and reigning single’s and men’s doubles’ champion Harry Weeds to get the lowdown on the massive event.

As ever, there is also all the latest sports news in the area rounded up in our Gone in 60 Seconds segment to bring you the best of the rest of the action across the district.

- To listen to the latest WNSP, click here, or visit www.edp24.co.uk/wnsp and click on episode 39.

- To get involved with the podcast, or for all your latest news, follow Gavin on Twitter by clicking on the link on the right-hand side of this page.

*Podcast record on August 15.

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