BEN Cawston and Tully Bourn were the standout Coastal players at the Medibank Tasmanian state championships gold JT, tournament director Trent Constance says.
TOP PERFORMER: Ulverstone’s Ben Cawston prepares to serve in the 18-and-under playoff for third. Picture: Meg Windram.
Competition wrapped up yesterday after Monday’s downpour forced the completion of the tournament at the Burnie Tennis Club to be delayed.
‘‘There was some really good tennis played, and it’s always good to play at the Burnie Tennis Club,’’ Constance said.
‘‘There were some very impressive performances in testing conditions at times.’’
Constance said Cawston, Bourn and Hobart’s Daniel Groom were among those to underline their potential.
‘‘Daniel won the 16 and under, the 18 and under and the doubles, so he won all the events he played in,’’ Constance said.
‘‘From the North-West, the best player was Ben Cawston, and Tully Bourn, from Burnie, also had a very strong tournament.’’
Constance said Bourn was a surprise packet and would gain valuable ranking points from her performances.
The inclement weather and resulting delay caused South Australian David Abfalter to miss out on his playoff matches yesterday, due to being unable to change his flights.
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