Wells players excepting their trophies
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Wells winners celebrate their triumphs

Tennis champions from the summer season celebrated their achievements at a special presentation evening hosted by Wells Tennis Club on Wednesday 1 November.

Winners from the finals day were able to collect their trophy from Club President Tasha Smith and enjoy an evening of skittles, food and drinks.
players-playerDuring the event the annual award for the player who has most impressed members through the year was presented to Caroline Moule.
All club members have the chance to nominate for Players Player of the Year and Caroline, who has been a member for 20 years, was chosen as a good role model for other players, an ambassador for the club in the local community, volunteering to help at events and by playing in a variety of league matches.
She is also the clubs Welfare Officer to ensure that safeguarding procedures are understood and followed.
Club President Tasha Smith said:
Wells is a thriving club and its a pleasure for me to be president and hand out awards, especially as we are seeing a few new people taking part in the competitive championships.
Caroline Moule added:
I was delighted, speechless and overwhelmed to receive the honour from my fellow players at Wells.
The presentations were made to:
Ladies Singles Winner – Linda Hall (not present)
Ladies Singles Runner up – Caroline Moule (present)
Men’s Singles Winner – Seth Cunningham (not present)
Men’s Singles runner up – Kevin Durney (not present in photos)
Ladies Doubles winners – Caroline Moule & Wendy Edwards (present)
Ladies Doubles runner up – Linda Lester & Anne Fudge (present)
Men’s Doubles winners – Luke & Charles Tweed (present)
Men’s Doubles runner up – Colin Blatchford Brown & Kevin Durney (not present)
Mixed Doubles winners – Jo & Luke Tweed (present)
Mixed Doubles runner up – Matt Goatcher (not present) & Binkie Heather (present)
Senior Mixed Winners – Martyn Holliday (not present) & Binkie Heather (present)
Senior Mixed runners up – Cathy Cudmore & Ray Brook (not present)

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