West Norfolk Tennis Club competition raises funds for disability tennis in Norfolk

The competitors of a charity tournament in aid of Disability Tennis at West Norfolk Lawn Tennis Club in North Runcton. The competitors of a charity tournament in aid of Disability Tennis at West Norfolk Lawn Tennis Club in North Runcton.

Sunday, August 10, 2014
6:30 AM

Twenty four players took part in a charity tournament in aid of disabled tennis projects in Norfolk at West Norfolk Lawn Tennis Club, in North Runcton.

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The winners of a charity tournament in aid of Disability Tennis at West Norfolk Lawn Tennis Club in North Runcton (from left) Tara Pavlyuk (Norwich) and Aldona Ivanauskeine (West Norfolk) who beat Alan Lawson (Fakenham) and Rosemary Engelmann (West Norfolk).The winners of a charity tournament in aid of Disability Tennis at West Norfolk Lawn Tennis Club in North Runcton (from left) Tara Pavlyuk (Norwich) and Aldona Ivanauskeine (West Norfolk) who beat Alan Lawson (Fakenham) and Rosemary Engelmann (West Norfolk).

The club has hosted a charity tournament for 14 years, with a lunch held in the garden of two of its members.

The round robin tournament was eventually won by Tara Pavlyuk (Norwich) and Aldona Ivanauskeine (West Norfolk), who beat Alan Lawson (Fakenham) and Rosemary Engelmann (West Norfolk) in the final. The competition raised £400, which will be donated to Norfolk LTA for disability tennis projects.

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