A host of gifted Tennis players at Rydal Penrhos were rewarded for their exceptional efforts throughout the season with individual awards.
Eight young athletes from the school were presented with either Most Improved or Player of the Year for their respective year groups as recognition of their impressive displays during
Emma Hackman secured the Player of the Year honour from Year 7 after a series of outstanding performances, while the development of Charlotte Hourihane was recognised with the Most Improved accolade.
The Year 8 POTY title went to Rebecca Mann, with the hard-working Beau Holden securing the Most Improved Player of the Year after showing incredible progression on the court.
The incredibly talented Anna Parry-Williams earned the Year 9 Player of the Year after being part of the Rydal Penrhos team that secured a regional U15 title, while Cerys Cuddihy was a worthy recipient of the Most Improved POTY.
There was further cause for celebration in the form of Raha Aminnejad and Holly Battersby, who were given the Year 10 titles of Player of the Year and Most Improved respectively.
Director of Sport Allen Boyd, said: “All eight showed demonstrated both their talent and willingness to learn and are thoroughly deserving of their respective awards.
“Hopefully they can take this positive momentum into next year and we wish them well as they go in search of further recognition in the future.”