Castle Hill Tennis Club crown new doubles champions

PUBLISHED: 10:26 07 July 2016 | UPDATED: 10:26 07 July 2016

Philippa Francis and Angela Guise - Castle Hill Tennis Club 2016 Ladies Doubles Champions

Philippa Francis and Angela Guise - Castle Hill Tennis Club 2016 Ladies Doubles Champions

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Castle Hill Tennis Club held their annual doubles tournaments on Sunday.

In the sunshine, the ladies’ doubles were won by Philippa Francis and Angela Guise who beat Anne Taylor and Deborah Lench 6-2 in the final.

Finn Karsten and Andrew Ketteridge overcame the strong challenge of Will Robinson and Ronnie Rip 6-3 in a tense men’s finale to wrap up the day..

For more information about Castle Hill Tennis Club contact Pete Smith on 01799 520454 or visit the club’s website at www.castlehilltennisclub.co.uk

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