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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Merseyside
17:54, 25 JUL 2013
Summer camp is a net gain!
SUCCESSFUL summer training camps at Nantwich Tennis Club have sparked high demand for coaching for the rest of the year.
Dream date for court ace Sharni
A TEENAGER has overcome serious injury to book an appearance at Wimbledon.
Jim nets accolade
THE chairman of Sport Cheshire is celebrating landing an international tennis honour.
Duo enjoy home comfort
THERE is no place like home and playing on their own patch in the Clubs for Young People's National Table Tennis finals inspired victories from young Halton stars.
Bream start for Jones in opening round of cup
BREAM catches led the way in the first round match of Barnton and Frodsham AC's series for the Appleton Thorn AC Cup on the River Weaver at Anderton.
Famous faces flock to billionaire's charity ball
A FAIRYTALE ball is expected to put more than £1.7m into the coffers of a charity helping special needs children from across South Cheshire and Stafford-shire.
Tarvin Parish Council
Club is served with extra courts
A TENNIS club has doubled its court space for the new summer season.
It's advantage to plot holders
OVERGROWN allotment land, controversially identified as the favoured site for a tennis club home, has been cleared for cultivation.
The Fame Academy!
ATHLETES from the Cheshire Academy of Integrated Sports and Arts, in Crewe, bagged almost 150 medals at the region's biggest disability event.
A-team serve up special delivery
TABLE TENNIS: Post Office A extended their lead at the top of Crewe and District League's Division One with a 10-0 thrashing of stablemates Post Office C.
Wimbledon ex-champs sign up for top city tennis event
LEGENDARY names from the world of tennis are heading for Liverpool when the fifth international tennis tournament is held at Calderstones Park this summer.
Jackson edges Sutton's final fling
TABLE TENNIS: RAY Jackson beat Runcornian Mark Roscaleer in an all Sutton CC final in the divisional singles for top-flight Halton Table Tennis League players.
Get set to raise cash
NORTH Wales Tennis Regional Centre will be bouncing into action to raise money for Nightingale House on Friday, April 7.
Passion for ping pong
TABLE TENNIS: CHINESE passion for table tennis was ignited when visitors from Halton's twin town Tongling dropped in on a pacesetting project in the borough.
Ford get into second gear
TABLE TENNIS: FORD A moved into second spot in the Halton Table Tennis League after Mal McEvoy and Rob Hughes served them treble tonics.
Club shines bright yet again at Games
TABLE TENNIS: SOUTH Cheshire Special Needs Table Tennis Club kept up their incredible form of last year with a medal rush at the Special Olympic Regional Games.
Young stars hope for call
TENNIS: JUNIOR members of Nantwich Tennis Club will learn whether they will represent the club in a national league next week.
Battle at the base
TABLE TENNIS: The main focus in the Chester and District league fell upon a few important matches in the lower divisions that could affect the end-of-season titles.
Race for final spot hots up
TABLE TENNIS: SEVEN teams have already booked their places in Division Two for when the lower division of the Halton Table Tennis League splits into two for the second half of the season.
Ladies close but no cigar
TABLE TENNIS: HALTON first team were the nearly women of the British League.
Ron leads the Eaton Hall pike parade
ANGLING: WINTER pike fishing was at its best in Sunday's Grosvenor Estate AC match on the serpentine at Eaton Hall.
TV plan is a turn-off
WALES' first-ever permanent giant public TV screen will not be installed in Wrexham after all.
Perfect ten for leaders A team
TABLE TENNIS: POST Office A extended their lead at the top Division One of the Crewe and District Table Tennis League to 10 points after their convincing 9 - 1 win over Post Office E.
Helsby High School
Cheers and the tears
In the first of a two-part review of Halton sport in 2005, DAVE BETTLEY looks at the sporting scene in the first half of the year.