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Tennis News in Tasmania

Two Tasmanians named in All Australian Team at Pizzey Cup
ALL STARS: Tasmania's Sam Whitehead and Ruben McCormack were named in the All Australian Team at the Pizzey Cup.Ruben McCormack and Sam Whitehead have made the Australian Merit Team for their performance at the 2019 Pizzey Cup in Adelaide.
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Tasmanian clubs receive Federal Government funding
CHANGING THE GAME: An online booking system is making court hire more accessible.Three Tasmanian tennis clubs receive Federal Government funding to install innovative online booking system.
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Tassie juniors proudly representing state
George Anderson and Lachlan Browne at the Australian Junior Claycourt Championships in Canberra. It is a busy week for some of Tasmania's best juniors, who are competing in tournaments in Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory.
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Tennis-a-thon at Rosny Park proves a hit for all ages
TENNIS-A-THON: The Rosny Park Tennis Club was a hive of activity.Rosny Park Tennis Club hosted a successful tennis-a-thon, involving players of all ages.
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Junior Development Series launches for 2019
Junior tennis action in Hobart; Getty ImagesEnter now to be part of Tasmania's Junior Development Series in 2019.
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Easter in Tassie: Sign up to play
Junior tennis action in Hobart; Getty ImagesEaster is a great time to play tennis, sign up to a tournament now so you don't miss out on the fun!
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Social tennis a hit at Sunshine
Action from Sunshine Tennis Club's 35+ social tennis daySunshine Tennis Club hosted a successful 35+ social tennis day.
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Rosny Park to host 24-hour Tennis-a-thon
Rosny Park Tennis ClubRosny Park Tennis Club is set to host a 24-hour tennis-a-thon.
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Apply now for Community Coaching Course in Launceston
Apply now for Community Coaching Course in LauncestonApplications are now open for a Community Coaching Course in Launceston.
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Larn McShane: From Tassie to Switzerland
A LONG WAY FROM HOME: Tasmanian Larn McShane is now living and coaching Switzerland.Former Tasmanian Larn McShane is now living and coaching in Switzerland
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