Jack Petchey Leaders Award
This is just a reminder that it’s that time of year when we need to vote for a Jack Petchey Leader award recipient.
The criteria for this award is that the Leader award winner must be over 21 years of age and been involved with SHLTC LTD for at least 2 years demonstrating their support in the club and helping to motivate young people aged 11 – 25 either directly or indirectly.
The award can be won by a playing member or a parent who contributes to the club. This award can only be won once.
2010 Jenny Cripps
2011 Phillip Layfield
2012 Luke House
2013 Sophie Berseford Allen
2014 John Ratcliffe
2015 Alison Sarıdoğan
We would like people to nominate someone who they feel should be put forward for this award and the reasons why.
If you could email nominations to Alison Sarıdoǧan at: firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th October 2016. We will then let everyone know the nominations and ask everyone to vote for the person they feel they would like to receive the award (either by email or in the box in the club house).
It will be a secret vote and the winner will be announced at the club’s presentation in January.
(Jack Petchey Co-ordinator for Shooters Hill LTC LTD)
Results as follows:
Kent Ladies 1 beat Gravesham. Team comprised Julie Cooper (Captain), Maria Perfect, Karen Attard & Anthea Yeung. 2 out of 2 ladies! Well done.
Kent Mixed 1 beat Frindsbury. Team comprised Francesco Donadio (Captain), Jane Zinopoulos, Matt Perfect & Gail Youd.
AEGON Boys 18&U lost to Sevenoaks. Team comprised Max Saunders & Ozan Saridogan.
AEGON Boys 14&U beat Sydenham. Walk over!
AEGON Boys 10&U beat Beckenham. Team comprised Oscar Brazys & Niall Orton.
Another great weekend for the club! Well done to all those members who represented the club over the weekend. Thanks to all parents who supporting the juniors with their matches. Only 8 fixtures this weekend!
Please find attached your free January edition of UK Tennis Magazine
Dont forget to visit the coaching blog
The club is collecting old used tennis balls so could people not throw them away but give to Phil or Luke.