Competitive competition and buffet for Wisbech Tennis Club members

PUBLISHED: 14:30 12 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:30 12 June 2018

Wisbech Tennis Club hosted their version of a federation cup game on Saturday. PHOTO: Sue Tolliday.

Wisbech Tennis Club hosted their version of a federation cup game on Saturday. PHOTO: Sue Tolliday.


Wisbech Tennis Club hosted their version of a Federation Cup Game on Saturday, with players in groups of three playing singles and doubles matches against all the other teams.

The games were timed and each player took it in turns to play the singles match on the mini court as well as the doubles.

It was a very competitive competition with tactics coming in as well, and at the end of round two of the red and the navy team were drawing, so it was decided on the number of points won.

The eventual winners were the navy team of Elaine DeLeuce, Jay Cooper and Janice England, and the runners up were the red team of Dylan Slow, Kitty Hall and Jacqui West. The players then enjoyed a buffet after the game.

There are various club nights as well as daytime sessions and a variety of membership options.

For more information visit or call 07549 263767.

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