Sidmouth ladies net another promotion

Sidmouth B who have just secured the Exeter and District Winter League Division Four title

Sidmouth B who have just secured the Exeter and District Winter League Division Four title - Credit: Archant

Sidmouth ladies B team completed their Winter League campaign last week, writes Kate Truman.

The match was against Sampford Peverell and the 8-0 success clinched the team top spot in the table, finishing ahead of arch rivals Sidford!

The team was captained by Marlene Maynard also comprised; Jackie Ensall, Vici Topping and Kate Truman. Across their 10 league games with a maximum points total of 80 on offer, the ladies banked no fewer than 66 which is an exceptional effort.

The team had previously enjoyed a successful summer league season that had ended with them getting promotion and now they have achieved the same thing in the winter league!

Captain Marlene Maynard said: “I’m really proud of our achievement. We only joined the league a couple of seasons ago and have had to start at the bottom and try to work our way up. It took us a while to become match savvy and to develop partnerships that worked well together but we now feel like we’re making real progress. I’d really like to thank our club coach, Sue Wiltshire, who has been a fantastic support and continues to give us the confidence and know-how to continually improve our game.”


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Sidmouth Tennis Club offers an extensive coaching programme for both juniors and adults of all different standards.

You do not have to be a member of the club to take part. Club coaches Sue Wiltshire and Daryl Bass are also planning to run a cardio-tennis session on Saturdays at 12.30pm later this month.

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For more information about coaching sessions contact Sue on 07402 047011 or email her at sue.wiltshire@talk21.com.

If you would like to find out more about becoming a member of the Club, contact Di Kendall-Tory on 07791 706104 or email her at dianekt@btinternet.com

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