Melinda Clark (second from right) with her award and (from left) Betty Keevers, Ken Wray and Naomi Doncaster.
Melinda Clark (second from right) with her award and (from left) Betty Keevers, Ken Wray and Naomi Doncaster.

Melinda receives tennis award

TENNIS: Melinda Clark of Goonellabah Tennis Club received an award at the Medibank International in Sydney this month.

The award recognised her contribution to the sport on the Far North Coast, especially for her involvement with junior tennis.

Clark has also been president of the Lismore and District Tennis Association for several years.

She was a long-serving president of the Goonellabah club, where she remains on the committee.

She was instrumental in establishing a new clubhouse at Goonellabah as well as getting the courts resurfaced with artificial grass and many other improvements.

It was also good to see all of the Wray family from Lismore busily involved with Tennis NSW at the Medibank International.

The East Lismore Tennis Club courts are being resurfaced with new artificial grass and will be ready for the summer competition starting next week.

Nominations for the Saturday afternoon and Wednesday night competition need to be in to Nerida O’Neill on 66251707 by January 29.

The next Lismore and District Tennis Association Wednesday night competition will start on February 17.

Nominations by February 6 to Goonellabah Tennis Club, Bill Davie 66241409; Lismore, John Stoddart 66213417; East Lismore, Betty Keevers 66241561.



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