Tennis: Lambourn and McMahon win Saffron Walden club’s junior/senior tournament

18:22 01 July 2014

Junior/Senior tournament at Castle Hill Tennis Club winners Harris Bremner Lambourn (left) and Gareth McMahon.

Junior/Senior tournament at Castle Hill Tennis Club winners Harris Bremner Lambourn (left) and Gareth McMahon.


This year’s junior/senior tournament at Castle Hill Tennis Club was won for the second year running by Harris Bremner Lambourn and Gareth McMahon.

They beat Nathan Abbotson and Peter Riding 7-1 in a final shortened because of the rain.

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


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