MEMBERS of Wollaston Tennis Club produced another day of top quality tennis in Sunday's finals day of its 2019 Annual Club Championships.

More than five hours of tennis saw nine adult finals contested at the Prestwood Drive club.

Chris Brown went one better than last year in achieving his first men's singles championship, overcoming first time finalist Adam James. Chris won in straight sets in a match of high quality tennis. The ladies singles final saw Emily White retain her 2018 title with a straight sets victory against Margaret Kodz. This was only the third time that 18 year old Emily had entered the senior championships, and now holds two titles.

The men's doubles final was won by Colin Brown and Richard Such in tight match against first time finalists Shaun Ryder and 15 year old Mike Scriven. Colin and Richard have now played in the last four years finals, winning the last two.

The ladies doubles was won by last years beaten finalists Katy Waterhouse and Bec Yates who overcame first time finalists Emily White and Alex Solecki in straight sets. The mixed final saw Adam James and Katy Waterhouse beat Shaun Ryder and Bec Yates in a close battle.

In the Plate tournament, Richard Such won the men's singles final 7-5, 6-4 against Mike Scriven. This was Mike's first senior final and he pushed Richard close in both sets. The ladies singles plate was taken by Katie Downing with Jane Fox runner up.

The men's doubles plate was won by Richard Waldron and Jason Griffiths beating Clive Steedman and Dave Tranter in straight sets.

In the ladies doubles, Lou Cornell and Pam Cartwright beat Anita Shinton and Pat Bailey in a close run match. Lou then went onto make it two wins on the day, teaming up with Pete Talbot in the mixed plate to beat Mick Trollope and Margaret Kodz.

Tournament organiser Max Bywater said: "This was another successful club championships at WLTC. The club is always extra busy at this time of the year, with almost 100 matches are played throughout the tournament. With perfect weather for tennis, we were treated to over five hours of quality, competitive tennis played as always at Wollaston, in a great spirit. It is always one of the highlights of the year."