LIFE members Heather Szulc and Cliff Woithe have been the backbone of the Barossa & Gawler Combined Tennis Association (B&GCTA) for many, many years, and league president Rebecca Leo said the competition would be lost without them.
DIVISION one ladder-leader Tod Street continued its unbeaten season on Friday night as it stole victory from the
jaws of defeat against Nuriootpa 9-75 to 7-85, in what could be a grand final tennis preview.
DIVISION one contender Xavier, 13-100, dismantled Tanunda, 3-26, at Essex Park on a blisteringly hot Friday evening, with the Saints’ standard of play matching the conditions at times.
REIGNING division one premier Nuriootpa confirmed its status as premiership favourite with a 10-90 to 6-61 victory over Xavier in round eight of Gawler & Barossa Combined tennis on Saturday.
ROUND six of the Gawler & Barossa Combined division one tennis season saw an in-form Xavier succumb to ladder-leader Tod Street 7-80 to 9-86 in a blockbuster battle for top spot.
TENNIS returns to the region this Saturday as the 2016/17 Barossa & Gawler Combined Tennis Association season kicks off, and this summer promises to be particularly competitive.
KAPUNDA is set to do battle with Nuriootpa in the Barossa & Gawler Combined Tennis Association grand final this weekend.
KAPUNDA ended Tod Street’s hopes of finals action with a straight-forward six-set win in the last home and away round of the Gawler & Barossa Combined Tennis Association season on Saturday.