DOUBLES TENNIS: Bailey Gunther competing in the Bundaberg Open Age Championships. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail
DOUBLES TENNIS: Bailey Gunther competing in the Bundaberg Open Age Championships. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail Mike Knott

Bundy championships attract the best players

SOME of Australia's best under-age tennis players have arrived in town and will hit the courts for three days of action at the Bundaberg Open Age Championships.

Over 150 juniors aged from 10-18 years will play for the titles, and with many of them fresh from the state age titles in Rockhampton they will be at their best.

The leading chances from Bundaberg are Brendan Schultz, who is the top seed in the 16 year boys group, fifth seed Darina Camenoss in the 12 year girls along with Jack Hickey and Francis Corpe in their age group.

Bundaberg tennis coach Kevin Banner said there would be plenty of high-quality tennis played during the tournament and a trip to the courts would be worth it.



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