Wisbech tennis prospect shines for Cambridgeshire

23:06 12 April 2014

Inter county success for player at LK Tennis Academy Club.
Left: Sophie Tjurina with the rest of the Cambridgeshire team.

Inter county success for player at LK Tennis Academy Club. Left: Sophie Tjurina with the rest of the Cambridgeshire team.

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Seven year-old Sophie Tjurina shone for Cambridgeshire in the inter-county championships.

She won all her matches to help Cambridgeshire finish third out of eight teams at the tournament which was held at the Gosling Tennis Centre in Hertfordshire.

Tjurina, of Wisbech, trains at the LK Tennis Academy based at the Thomas Clarkson Academy.

The academy gives players of all ages and abilities the chance to take part.

For more information call Lisa on 07788857502 or go to www.lktennisacademy.com

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