Exciting news with Wright Mortgage Solutions supporting Parkes Tennis with an amazing offer.
For anyone securing a Home Loan, if they mention Parkes Tennis Club, the Club will receive $100 donation.
Club President Helen Magill said the Club would set up a Wright Mortgage Fund which will assist in the expenses of taking the juniors to weekend tournaments in 2022.
This new business based in Parkes is operated by Finance and Mortgage Broker Jade Wright.
Jade understands the value of community and was keen to support local families.
With an extensive suite of finance packages, Jade provides a 'one stop' personal service solution for clients seeking finance for life's needs and purchases.
In a time when sponsorship and support is scarce, Parkes Tennis appreciates teaming up with wrightmortgages.com.au and encourages everyone to utilise this business and help support Parkes Juniors.
Rally4Ever continues to grow with three courts being used for last weeks program.
New people are coming along each week and enjoying the social connections and the exercise.
The weather has been delightful between 1-2pm on Thursdays but once it gets a little warmer, Rally4Ever will switch to 9.30am on Thursdays.
This is a free weekly event to help support the mental and physical wellbeing of the community.
Anyone is welcome. Racquets available to borrow.
Monday night ladies
The ladies enjoyed Round 3 of their Monday night tennis this week.
Leanne Riley and Kaylene Davis blitzed their opponents and finished in record time while Lily McCormick was a great sub for Megan Allen and teamed with Jodie Wyburn to win all three sets in their group.
Stacey Townsend and Ang Porter were the third pair to have a clean sweep of wins against some tough opponents.
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Matches last week were all hard fought. The singles sets went for well over one and a half hours and the doubles just managed to finish before the night competition was due to commence at 7pm.
Mitch Arndell looks to be back in some 'old' form scoring the maximum 18 games, while Lachlan Unger also finished with 18.
Mitch Unger and Hayden Arndell both scored 17 games, then Ethan Hunt was on 13, followed by Tia Dunn on 12.
Poppy Fisher and Faith Clarke rounded out the matches on 10 games.
Tuesday night mixed saw four fairly one sided matches with Team scoring a six sets to zero win while Wasted Potential, Full of Excuses and One hit Wonders all dropped just one set for the night.
ANZHotShots is progressing well throughout the week. Players across all stages have been working on their racquet control, consistency and direction.
The development squads are also trying to find their range with their consistent rally depth and enjoying the challenging fitness and points play activities.
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