A large number of Girls’ Tennis stars at Rydal Penrhos have been rewarded for their excellent efforts throughout the season with individual awards.
It has been another busy campaign for the Year 7-10 group despite the varying weather conditions, with each member of the programme enhancing their skills considerably in a competitive environment.
The standout performances from Jasmin Beckett-Donald saw her come away with the Year 7 Player of the Year title, with Sophie Hall’s progress throughout the season securing her the Most Improved Player of the Year.
Lily Davies was another to feature heavily from a Lower School perspective and she was awarded the Year 8 Player of the Year, and Ella James was presented with the Most Improved Player of the Year after an encouraging campaign.
The Year 9 Player of the Year title went to the multi-talented Emily Thomas, with Charlotte Hourihane’s outstanding commitment during training sessions and fixtures giving her the Most Improved Player of the Year accolade.
Rounding off the achievements were the duo of Rebecca Mann and Megan Gibson, who attained the Year 10 Player of the Year and Most Improved Player thanks to their sterling efforts.
Director of Sport Allen Boyd, said: “Our Year 7-10 tennis players have been in excellent form during what has been another very encouraging season, and this is sure to stand them in good stead as they look to progress their respective skill-sets in the coming months.
“Well done to all those that picked up individual awards and to the whole squad for their superb efforts.”