The Waihi Beach Tennis Club's 2020/21 summer tournaments.

Please Note

To all the players who entered the Waihi Beach Open Tournament held on the 3rd of January 2021.

As you know we played the first round of games to 7. First round winners went on to play to 9 and the losers continued to play to 7.

Once the results were published we discovered that the points couldn’t be allocated to the

people who won playing to 7. We hope that you understand the decision to play to 7 was

made with the best of intentions. The weather forecast for that tournament day was

abysmal and the organizing committee was extremely concerned about getting the matches


To the affected players please accept our sincere apologies for this.  


Wednesday 6 January 2021 - Senior Mens & Ladies Doubles 

​​​​​​​Another successful Waihi Beach Tennis Club Summer Tournament was completed on Wednesday 6 January in fine but very hot conditions. A record 80 players took part in this Senior Doubles event that resulted in close to 12 hours of high standard tennis. The Mens 1st Division Doubles final being the final match, and match of the day, being tied at 8 games all and the resulting tie-breaker going to Matt Trubshaw & Bruce Walpole to take the Championship 9 – 8 over Shannon Paki & Chris Patten. This match played in 26 deg at the end of a long day was extremely demanding and a credit to the players to last the distance.

The Ladies Senior Championship was won by local member Laura Richardson & partner Deborah Garea 9 – 6 over Sue Jamieson & Casey Tarau.

The local partnership of Craig McFarlane & Simon Phillips were successful in taking out the 2nd Division Mens Doubles Championships 9 – 4 over Andrew Dallas & Andrew Easton.

For full match details and final results

Click here       & refer to 'Draws'

Important 6 January 2021 Senior Tournament Regulations Update

Our Senior Tournament has had a fantastic response, it’s going to be a busy day with 76 matches to get through.

We ask for the cooperation of all players in accepting and playing to these regulations, so that we can

have a successful day, and finish the tournament on time.

We also ask that players always check with the Tournament organisers to see when they will be

required to play their next match before leaving the venue (for lunch, a swim etc), and to always be

ready to take to the court as soon as the earlier match has finished.


It is ESSENTIAL that warm-ups must not exceed 5 minutes

 All matches will be the first to 9 games with a tie breaker at 8 all.

 A 7-point sudden-death tiebreaker will be played if the two teams are tied at 8-all.

 In the event of any game reaching 40-all, “no advantage deuce” applies (the team that

scores the next point wins the game, with the receiving team choosing who will receive the

last serve.)

Reporting times and briefings:


 Both mens divisions will start at 8.00am

(NOT 9.00am as previously advertised), following a briefing at 7.45am for all Mens players

(even if they don’t play in the first round)


 Matches will start at approximately 9.15am, following a briefing at 8.45am for

all Ladies players.

For the Draws

Click here

Sunday 3 January 2021 - Open Mens & Ladies Doubles - results

The weather Gods were certainly looking down very favourably on the Waihi Beach Tennis Club on Sunday being the Open Doubles and the 1st of the summer tournaments. Extreme weather had been predicted and even though all our neighbouring towns had rain and some flooding, the tournament proceeded without any time loss in good conditions.

There were some exciting and high standard of matches played with the 71 competitors taking part from near and far.

The Ladies Open resulted in a win for local Waihi Beach player Laura Richardson & partner Casey Tarau defeating Luci Barlow & Toshiko McKinnon 6-0,6-2.

The Mens Open was won by Jack Guilford & Luke Hamilton 6-3, 6-3, over Andrew Mellor & Dave Shefferd. Trent Brierley & Benjamin Randy-Al took out the Division 1 round robin.

The below link will give you the match play and full results. Open the link and proceed to draws.

Important 3 January, 2021 ‘Open’ Tournament Regulations Update

Due to the incredible response to our Open Tournament,  the Tournament Organising Committee has been forced to make some important changes to our original programme, in order to fit all 70 matches into the day.

We ask for the cooperation of all players in accepting and playing to these regulations, so that we can have a successful day, and finish the tournament on time.   

We also ask that players always check with the Tournament organisers to see when they will be required to play their next match before leaving the venue (for lunch, a swim, etc), and to always be ready to take to the court as soon as the earlier match has finished.


It is ESSENTIAL that warm-ups must not exceed 5 minutes


  1. Both mens divisions will start at 8.00am (NOT  9.00am as previously advertised), following a briefing at 7.45am for all 46 Men’s players (even if they don’t play in the first round)
  2. All  first-round matches will be won by the first team to win 7 games. A 7-point sudden-death tie-breaker will be played if the two teams are tied at 6-all. In the event of a game reaching 40-all, “no advantage deuce” applies (the team that scores the next point wins the game, with the receiving team choosing who will receive the last serve.)


  1. Matches will start at approximately 9.15am, following a briefing at 8.45am for all 30 Ladies players.
  2. The match regulations listed in 2 above, apply.

In all three competitions, these match regulations will continue to apply to all matches, with the exception of first round winners in each division who will play to 9, with a sudden-death tie-breaker at 8 games-all, and the same “no advantage deuce” rule as above. (Depending on timing, these match regulations may be able to be relaxed for the three finals.)


2019/2020 Summer Tournaments

Saturday 11 January 2020 - Vet's Doubles - Results.

Record Entries for Waihi Beach Tennis Club Vets Championships

A near perfect day greeted the record number of 64 players to the Waihi Beach Tennis Club’s second summer tournament being the Ladies and Men’s Vets (+35) Doubles Championship. Entries were received from Auckland in the north to Rotorua in the south. A very successful day was held by all with top tennis being played to a very responsive gallery.

The ladies' final was won by local player Laura Richardson and regular visitor Delwyn Guilford from St Peters over Jane Geldard (Mairangi Bay) and Karlene Magill (Whangaparaoa) 11-0.

The Men’s Division 1 Championship was won by Steve Buckmaster (Mission Bay) and Warren Lovegrove (Hamilton) who defeated Martin Van Zyl (Rotorua) and Phillip Meyer (Otumoetai) 11-5.

The father and son combination of Brad and John Van Hellemond from Paeroa took out the Men’s Division 2 Championship by defeating Andrew Dallas (Omokoroa) and Robert Potts (Darfield) 11.5.

For full details of match play and results refer to our website

Thursday 2 January 2020 - Open Doubles Tournament  -  Results 

The Waihi Beach Tennis Club Open Men’s & Women’s Doubles Tournament on January 2 was played in strong, blustery conditions which resulted in some very interesting tennis. The men’s doubles capacity field was won by the very promising 15-year-olds,  Carrigan Hartley (Papamoa) and Max Stephens (Beerescourt) who defeated Shane Jenkins (Pakuranga) and Adam  Paaka Whauwhau (Lugton Park) 6-4, 6-1. Placed 3rd on the day were local club members John Alexander and Craig McFarlane who defeated Geoff Hurst and Phillip Singlewood of Cambridge 11-4.

The smaller but very strong Open Women’s Doubles was won by Deborah Garea (Mt Maunganui) and Laura Richardson (Waihi Beach) over Delwyn Guilford and Helen Litt of St Peters 6-0, 6-1. 3rd placing went to last year’s winners, Sofia Shing and Michelle Wheadon of Kohimaramara who defeated Jane Geldard (Mairangi Bay) and Karlene Magill (Whangaparaoa) 11-1.

Sat 11 January 2020 - Vets Mens and Vets Ladies Doubles Tournament - Enter on Line - Cut off time Friday 3 Jan

The draw is done according to the latest Tennis NZ Doubles gradings

Gradings:  If you don't agree with your TNZ grading; clarify this with your Club

If you don't have a TNZ Grading, it is your responsibility to ask your Club to determine your grading

Rules for the day will be communicated at the pre-play brief.

For both tournaments briefing time: 8:45

For both tournaments play starts at 9 am

Entry fee: $30.  No Eftpos available.

Later start times: Please let us know if you'd like a later start time.

Please check our website the night before both tournaments for any notifications eg: Cancellations and change of start times.

The kitchen will be open for business.

We look forward to seeing you at our Club. 


The Cooper Tyres Waihi Beach Tennis Club Fast4 Tournament was held at the Waihi Beach Tennis Courts on Sunday 20 January 2019 in fine but very blustery conditions.

Confirming the results:

  • Firstly, two teams ended up with 5 x wins and 1 x loss, the pre-stated rules apply: who beat who, then if not resolved by this (meaning if more that 2 x teams are equal) – it then goes to number of individual games won Sam Matheson, Casey
  • 1st Team Matheson with 5 x wins and 1 x loss (they win because they beat Team Paki 2-4, 4-2, 4-1 in that match). Team Matheson was made up of: Sam Matheson (Mairangi Bay), Casey Tarau (Otumoetai) & Josh White (TBC)
  • 2nd Team Paki with 5 x wins and 1 x loss (they are 2nd because the lost to Team Matheson 4-2, 2-4, 1-4 in that match). Team Paki was made up of: Shannon Paki (Thames), Laura Richardson (Waihi Beach & West Harbour) & Shaun Tamai (Rotorua)
  • 3rd Team McSweeney 4 x wins and 2 x losses. Team McSweeney was made up of: Kieran McSweeney (Avonhead), Claudia Jones (Tauranga Lawn) & Paddy (Patrick) Cameron (Cambridge)

Results will be counted for TNZ MatchHub grading points.

The standard was considerably higher than the previous two invitational tournaments and some amazing fast tennis made wonderful viewing. Thanks to all of the players and the assistance from Junior Members and their parents and of course the club members/stalwarts who assisted with the smooth running of the tournament.

Thanks also to the generous sponsorship from: Grant Wenzlick of Cooper Tyres, Bill Owens of Owens Flooring, and also the Sunday Crew (Bill Young, Paul Weaver, Ron Arthur, Rob Hope & Craig McFarlane). The Waihi Beach Tennis Club couldn’t run a tournament with this prizemoney, without your support.

Full results for our Summer Tournament Series including each individual game are now available through Tennis NZ on this page. Click on 'enter on line' of the tournament you are looking for and which has completed. Then click on Draws which will give you the choice of the Mens or Womens draws. This will then give you all the results of the games in that draw. Other tournament details are also available.


2018/19 Summer Tournaments now completed.

Thursday 27 December 2018: Waihi Beach Tennis Club Open Doubles Tournament.    

Mens winners: Jack Guilford and Paddy Cameron

Mens Runners-up: Ervin McSweeney and Kieran McSweeney

Ladies' winners: Sophie Shing and Michelle Wheadon

Ladies' Runners-up: Delwyn Guilford and Helen Litt

Ladies Round Robin winners: Sophie Karl and Dana Salmon

Men's pairings with one loss and three wins: Jason Browne and Shane Walker:  Matt Trubshaw and Bruce Walpole

Ladies' pairings with one loss and two wins: Marietta Duffy-Burgess and Janis Smith:  Jane Geldard and Karlene Magill 

Sunday 30 December 2018: Waihi Beach Tennis Club Junior Tournament.  

Perfect weather for the Junior Tournament held at the Waihi Beach Tennis Courts today. A good field of entries from Auckland & South contested a very successful tournament.Junior Winner was James Flay and runner up was Beno Shaw both from Cornwall Park, Auckland.

23 x entrants

  • 2 x draws
    • 1 x draw of 19
    • 1 x round robin of x 4
    • An extremely high standard of tennis
  • Main Draw:
    • Winner - James Flay
    • Runner-up – Beno Shaw
    • Plate Winner – shared Flyn Van Der Zwan and Jeremy Coombes
    • 2nd Round Main Draw Plate – Sam Shaw
    • Special Plate – Stella Beard
  • Round Robin:
    • Winner – Charlotte Scott
    • 2nd Leo Cosmas
    • 3rd Levi Morton
    • 4th Luxman Love

. Photos in the gallery.

Wednesday 2 January 2019: Waihi Beach Tennis Club Vet's Doubles Tournament.       

A record 70 players competed in the Mens and Ladies Vet Doubles, the 3rd tournament of the 2018/19 Waihi Beach Summer Series, held on 2nd Jan. Players travelled from Albany in the north and from the Waikato and Bay of Plenty. Perfect weather with some very close games, resulted in a very enjoyable day for the big gallery. Local highlight of the day was Craig McFarlane and Kevin McLoughlin of Waihi Beach club taking out the 2nd division final 6/3, 6/3.

Results were

Mens Division 1 Final:

Winners: Ian Coldstream (Cockle Bay) and John Lawrence (Blockhouse Bay)

Runners Up: John Leonard (Becroft) and Sean Leonard (Cockle Bay)

Ladies Division 1 Final: (Christine Vogel Memorial Trophy)

Winners; Sue Jamieson (WBOP) and Casey Tarau (Otumoetai)

Runners Up: Jane Geldard (Mairangi Bay) and Janis Smith (Gate Pa)

Mens Division 2 Final:

Winners: Craig McFarlane and Kevin McLoughlin (Waihi Beach)

Runners Up: James Eldridge (Cambridge) and Roger McColquhoun (Otumoetai)

Ladies Division 2 (Round Robin)

Winners: Frances Cheyne and Stephanie Fleming (St Peters)

Mens Division 3 (Round Robin)

Winners: Grant Wenzlick and Michael Shanley (Homewood)   

Pics in Gallery


Saturday 12 January 2019: Waihi Beach Tennis Club Open Mixed Doubles Tournament.   

A perfect, although very hot day, greeted entries to the Mixed Open Tournament held at the Waihi Beach Tennis Club courts on Saturday 12 January. Last years winners, mother and son combination Delwyn and Jack Guilford of St Peter’s, repeated their achievement to take out the 2019 title. The full results were:

Mixed Doubles Championship: Delwyn and Jack Guilford (St Peters)
Runners Up: Kelly Hubert (Gate Pa) and Mathew Boyes (Homewood)

Championship Plate Winners: Rita Paczian (Mission Bay) and Shannon Paki (Thames), Sandy Tritt (Tatanui) and Larry Seales ( Gate Pa), Julia Newman (Tauranga Lawn) and Kevan Joe (Waihi Beach).

Round Robin Winners: Elana Smirnova (Papamoa) and Aidan Dunn (Otumoetai). 

Pics in the gallery.


2017/18 Results

Hot Stuff at FAST4 Tennis Tournament

The Inaugural Cooper Tires Waihi Beach FAST4 Tennis tournament was played at the Waihi Beach Tennis Club courts on Saturday 27th  2018. Six visiting teams took part on a very hot but otherwise perfect day which provided high class tennis with some exciting and close matches. The winners on the day were Team Paki featuring local coach Shannon Paki, all proceeds on the day going to the Waihi Beach Tennis Club Junior coaching programme.

Results were 1st: Team Paki – Shannon Paki, Mark Ratana and Laura Richardson.

2nd: Team Meyer – Philip Meyer, Sean Martin and Kalais Going.

3rd: Team Hughes – Tim Hughes, Sam Hughes and Heidi Stewart.

2017/18 Summer Tournament - Now Completed. Results in chronological order.

Wed 27th December 2017 - Mens & Womens Open Doubles

Ladies Championship: Sharon Salmon and Laura Richardson

Runners Up: Kimberly Petri and Marieke Smal

Mens Championship: Oliver Petri and Sean Perry

Runners Up: Jason Browne and Shane Walker

Mens Championship2: Brent Torrance and Andrew McFetridge

Runners Up: Rob Walpole and Paul Hitchman

Ladies 3rd place: Delwyn Guilford and Helen Litt

Mens Championship 1 3rd place: Jack Guilford and Grant Vining

Mens Championship 2 3rd place: Lyal Graham and Andy Sutton


Tue 2nd January 2018 - Vets (over 35) Doubles Mens & Women

The results are:

Ladies ChampionshipWinners: Christine Vogel Memorial Trophy  (photo attached)

DelwynGuilford (St Peters) and Helen Litt (Karaka)

Runners Up: Karlene Magill and Debbie Martin (Whangaparaoa)

Mens Championship winners :

Warren Lovegrove and Philip Hempstead (Hamilton)

Runners Up: Shane Marshall (Tauranga Lawn) and Peter ODea (Gate Pa)

Mens 2 Winners:

Jason Browne (Papakura) and Welton Browne (Paeroa)

Runners Up: Paul Clark (Mt Mauganui) and Matthew King (Otumoetai)

Ladies 3rd Place:

Sue Jamieson (Otumoetai) and Janis Smith (Gate Pa)

Mens 1  3rd Place:

Olli Petri and  Dennis Powell (Te Puke)

Mens 2  3rd Place:

John Libby (Blockhouse Bay) and Shane Richardson


Tue 9th January 2018 - Open mixed Doubles

The final Tournament of the Waihi Beach Tennis Club Summer Series was held on Tuesday 9 January in perfect conditions. Entries for the Open Mixed Doubles were received from Christchurch, Wellington and throughout the North Island. There was a very high standard of tennis with the mother and son combination of Delwyn and Jack Guilford from the St Peters Club in Cambridge taking out the title for the second consecutive year.

The results were:

Mixed Doubles Championship:

Delwyn and Jack Guilford (St Peters)

Runners Up:

Marieke Smal and Oliver Petri (Te Puke)

3rd place:

Julia Newman (Tauranga Lawn) and Philip Meyer (Whakatane)

Division 2 Championship:

Brittany Yang (Khandallah) and Tristan Stayt (Miramar)

Runners Up:

Elena Smirnova (Papamoa)and Andre Stewart Mt Maunganui)

3rd place:

Kim Carr (Papamoa) and Rob Manson (Prebbleton)

The next Waihi Beach Tournament is the Waihi Beach Tennis Clubs inaugural Cooper Tyres Invitational Fast4 Tennis Tournament to be held on Saturday 27th January. There will be 12 teams of 3 players with each team to have at least 1 lady member. This is a higher ranking event by invitation only and the high standard of tennis will result in very entertaining Anniversary Weekend entertainment.

2016/17 Summer Tournament Dates & Results ( Now Completed)

Wednesday 28th December 2016

Mens & Womens Open Doubles

Championship A winners:
Shannon Paki and Jake McCartney (Thames).

Runners up: Kevin Reiher and Steve Buckmaster (Gate Pa)

2nd round winners: Shane Walker and Wicket (Papakura)

3rd round winners: Phil Salmon (Homewood) and Peter O'Dea  (Gate Pa)

1st round plate: Mark Hammond  (Cambridge) and Nick Hammond (Parnell)

Mens Championship B winners

Ryan Miller (Waihi) and Andrew McCowatt  (Paeroa)

Runners up: Mathew Boyes and Matt Boyes (Homewood)

2nd round winners: Austin Brooks and Todd Morris (Tauranga Lawn)

3rd round winners: Craig McFarlane and John Alexander (Waihi Beach)

1st round plate: Grant Cameron (Methven) and Patrick Cameron (USA)

Consolation prize: James Eldridge (Cambridge) and Zane Eldridge (Lynmore)

Womens Results:

Championship winners:

Janis Smith (Gate Pa) and Denise Jones (Tauranga Lawn)

Runners Up: Rita Paczian (Mission Bay) and Stefanie Steven (Mt Maunganui )

1st round plate: Jane Geldard  (Mairangi Bay) and Karlene Magill (Whangaparaoa)

2nd round winners: Sandy Tritt (Tatuanui) and Marietta Duffy-Burgess  (Gate Pa)

Saturday 31st December 2016
Junior Tournament

Due to lack of entries this tournament has been cancelled

Monday 2nd January 2017
Vets (over 35) Doubles Mens & Womens

January 2nd 2017 – Vets ( Over 35’s) Mens and Womens Doubles

48 men and 24 men from all over the central Nth Island contested the Mens and Womens Doubles at the Waihi Beach Courts on the 2nd January. The weather was ideal at the start of the day with cloudy and cool conditions but light rain developed later in the day which did require some shuffling but all games were able to be completed which resulted in another very successful day for the club.

Men’s Results:

Championship A winners:

Phil Salmon (Homewood) and Peter O’Dea ( Gate Pa)

Runners Up: Oliver Petri and Dennis Powell (Te Puke)

First Plate Winner: John Leonard (Becroft) and Chris McCashin (Remuera)

Second Round Winner: Ray Shew (Bucklands Beach) and John Lawrence (Blockhouse Bay)

Third Round Winner: John Sturkenboom (St Peters) and Bruce Wilkins (Te Puke)

Consolation Winners: Hugh Robinson (Cambridge) and Adam Whauwhau (Lugton Park)

Championship B Winners:

Steve McCashin (Papamoa) and Greg Burt (Rotorua)

Runners Up: Craig McFarlane and Ron Arthur (Waihi Beach)

First Plate Winner: Cameron Mathewson (ChCh) and Dan Hempstead (Northcote)

Second Round Winner: Andrew Dallas (Manukau) and Rob Potts (Burwood Park)

Third Round Winner: James Eldridge and Roger Colquhoun (Cambridge)

Women’s Results:

Championship Winners: (Christine Vogel Memorial Trophy)

Delwyn Guilford (St Peters) and Sue Jamieson (Otumoetai)

Runners Up: Janis Smith (Gate Pa) and Stef Steven ( Mt Maunganui)

First Plate Winners: Val Mcloughlin (Lynmore) and Jan Shew (Sunnyhills)

Second Round Winners: Liz Johnson and Sharon Salmons (Homewood)

Third Round Winners: Viv McCashin (Papamoa) and Val McLoughlin (Lynmore)

Saturday 14th January 2017
Open mixed Doubles

The final tournament of the Waihi Beach Tennis Club Summer series was held on Saturday in ideal conditions. The Open Mixed Doubles Tournament attracted 21 pairs from the Bay of Plenty, Waikato through to Auckland. Winners on the day were the mother and son partnership of Delwyn and Jack Guilford of the St Peters club who played a very high standard of tennis. (Photo attached).

The full results were 

Open Mixed Doubles Champions: Delwyn and Jack Guilford (St Peters)

Runners up: Denise Jones and Steve Bowen (Tauranga)

3rd Round  Plate: Sandy Tritt (Tatuanui) and Ray Bos (St Peters)

2nd Round Plate: Lynne Venus and Josh Boyes (Homewood)

1st Round Plate: Gerke Feindt and Ryan Miller (Waihi )

Consolation Plate: Andrea and Bruce Wilkins (Te Puke)

Many thanks again to tournament director Devon Brooks, Secretary Helen Harrison and Yvonne Wicks for organising and running the tournament, to Jane and all her helpers and to all those members who donated food for the kitchen that made it the success it was and finally to all those members working in the background to present the courts and clubhouse in the prestine condition it is. Thanks to all, the series has been very successful.


Summer Tournament Dates and Results 2015/16

Sunday, 27 December 2015
Mens & Women's Open Doubles

A perfect day greeted the 64 entries for the Mens & Womens Open Doubles at the Waihi Beach Tennis Courts. Entries were received from as far a field as Auckland in the north and Tirau in the south. Tennis was of a very high standard and there were many close games the highlight of which was the mens final which went the full distance in an exciting finish. Combinations from the St Peters Club clinched both the Mens and Ladies Championships.
Ladies Championship winners
Delwyn Guilford & Helen Litt (St Peters).
R/U Janis Smith & Marietta Duffy-Burgess
(Gate Pa).

Mens Championship winners:
Sam Hughes & Jono Merchant (St Peters).
R/U Shannon Paki & Jake McCartney (Thames)

Ladies 2nd round Plate:
Kerry Kok (Winstone Park) & Tabitha Porter

Mens 2nd round Plate:
Sean Leonard & John Leonard (Becroft).

Ladies 1st round Plate:
Edith Kirk & Liz Johnson (Homewood).

Mens 1st round Plate:
Craig Redshaw (Walton) & Greg Miller (Tirau).

Ladies Consolation Plate:
Lois Curd & Debbie Courtney (Waihi)

Mens Special Plate:
Dennis Powell (Te Puke) & Oliver Petrie
(Mt Maunganui).

Mens Consolation Plate:
John Alexander  (Waihi Beach) & Howard
Chappel (Waihi).

Thursday 31 December 2015
Boys and Girls Junior Tournament
26 players entered in the Boys & Girls Tournament. The weather was fine but very humid. A full day’s tennis took part with a good gallery of onlookers who enjoyed some wonderful tennis from these up and coming players.


Girl’s Final:
Chloe Henderson R/U Sophie Karl

Boy’s Final:
Carlin Vollebregt R/U Max Stephens

Girl’s Plate:
Megan Keeley R/U Renee Brunton-Prout

Boy’s Plate:
Eddie Biss R/U James Flay

Boys’ Doubles:
Josh Noble and Benjamin Ranby-Al
R/U Sandy Mitchell and Max Stephens

Monday January 4th 2016
Vets (over 35)
Mens’ Doubles and Womens’ Doubles

Although the day started in light drizzle the correct decision was made to play on which resulted in cloudy, warm conditions prevailing but finishing under floodlights. 52 men and 28 ladies entered the doubles competition representing clubs from Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions. Highlight was ‘local’ members Edith Kirk and Liz Johnson just missing out on the Womens’ Championship in a thriller, tie breaker final.


Womens’ Championship (Christine Vogel Memorial Trophy)
Marietta Duffy-Burgess (Gate Pa) and Sandy Tritt (Tatuanui).
R/U Edith Kirk and Liz Johnson (Homewood).

Mens’ Championship:
Larry Seales (Gate Pa) and David Hawkes (Tauranga Lawn)
R/U: Hugh Robinson and Niall Fuller (Cambridge).

Womens’ 2nd Round Plate
Kerry Kok (Winstone Park) and Carolyn Crump (Kohimarama).

Mens’ 3rd Round Special Plate
Jeff Stuthridge and Martin Neagle (St Peters).

Mens’ 2nd Round Plate
Steve Brennan and Iain McGregor (Otumoetai).

Mens’ 1st Round Plate
Welton Browne and Shane Walker (Papakura)

Womens’ Consolation Plate
Lois Curd and Sue O’Brien (Waihi).

Womens’ 1st Round Plate
Sharon Salmons (Homewood) and Kim Carr (Papamoa).

Mens’ Consolation Plate
Justin Oosterveen and Marc Rodrigues (St Peters).

January 9th 2016 - Open Mixed Doubles.
The final Waihi Beach Tennis Club's tournament of the summer season was held on Saturday attracting 14 couples for the Open Mixed Doubles. The weather was cloudy in the morning becoming fine with gusty winds after lunch. A very successfull tournament completed the summer series with entries again coming from Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty. Thank you to all the competitors, sponsors and local club members that all contributed to make this summer series such a success.

Championship Winners:

Ramari Raureti and Jesse Galvin-Dawson (Lynmore).
R/U Kimberly and Olly Petri (Mt Maunganui).

2nd Round Plate:
Caro Gatley and Hugh Robinson (Cambridge).

1st Round Plate:
Michael and Moana Turner (Papakura).

Plate Winners:
Steve Brennan and Sue Wild (Otumoetai).

Summer Tournament Dates & Results 2014/15
Hi All The last tournament of the summer series, the Golden Oldies over 60yrs doubles, was held on 25th January in perfect although very warm conditions. Entries were lighter than for the previous tournaments but players travelled from the Waikato and Bay of Plenty to take part. Special mention must be made of local club members Dana Posa and Frank Warn who with a total of about 157 years of experience between them competed so well in the hot conditions. The results were.
Championship Doubles:
Winners: John van Hellemond and Welton Browne (Paeroa)
Runners Up: Fred Cleave and Mark Gilmour (Tauranga)
2nd round plate: Clem Apted (Te Aroha) and Jim Jackson (Tatuanui)
Runners Up: Murray Preston (Te Aroha) and Don McKay (Whangamata)
1st round plate: Phil Laurence and Tony Dillimore (Waihi Beach)
Runners Up: Devon Brooks and Tony Roberts (Waihi Beach)

Mens Open Doubles and
Ladies Open Doubles

Saturday, 27 December 2014
Mens Champions
Jack Guilford & Luke Hamilton
R/U: Daryl Shing & Jason Wheadon
Ladies Champions
Jemina Parkinson & Heidi Stewart
R/U: Delwyn Guilford & Helen Litt
Mens 3rd Round Plate
Sam Hughes & Jono Merchant
Mens 2nd Round Plate
Shane Walker & Len Brennan
Mens 1st Round Plate
James Eldridge & Richard Owen
Mens Consulation
John Alexander & David Tait
Ladies 1st Round Plate
Janis Smith & Marietta Duffy-Burgess
Ladies Consulation
Ashleigh Harvey & Kim Reay

Wednesday, 31 December 2014
Boys 14 - 16yrs
Bryn Cotton Tait
Plate: Hayden Speir
Girls 14 - 16yrs
Ashleigh Harvey
Boys 10 - 13yrs
Carlin Vollebregt
1st Plate: Timothy Hunter
2nd Plate: Tom Downes
Girls 10 - 12 yrs
Sofia Shing
Plate: Dana Salmon
Boys 8-10yrs
Sam Taane
Plate: Hamish Jardine
Boys & Girls 14 - 16yrs Doubles
Winners: Bryn Cotton Tait and Ben Fry
Boys 11-13yrs Doubles
Winners: Carlin Vollebregt and Cam Main
Boys 8-10yrs Doubles
Sam Taane and Carrigan Hartley
Girls 8-10 yrs Doubles
Chloe and Megan Henderson

Mens Vets Doubles and
Ladies Vets Doubles (over 35)

Monday, 5 January 2015
Vets (Over 35yrs) Men’s and Women’s

Ladies’ Championship
Kerry Kok and Jo Hewson
R/U: Deanna Pohatu and Kathy Olsen
Mens’ Championship
Steve Buckmaster and Kevin Reiher
R/U: Kerry Robb and Shane Stannett
Ladies’ 2nd Round Plate
Mandy Souchon and Rachel Levien
Mens’ 3rd Round Plate
Martin Neagle and Jeff Stuthridge
Mens’ 2nd Round Plate
Greg Miller and Craig Redshaw
Mens’ 1st Round Plate
Colin Godsell and Howard Chappel
Ladies’ Consolation
Lois Curd and Cathy Anne Sanderson
Ladies’ 1st Round Plate
Toni Jardine and Raewyn Rasmussen
Mens’ Consolation
Cam Mathewson and Dan Hempstead

Seniors Entry Fee:
$20 per player per event payable in cash on the day
8:30 am Registration all senior events

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