Tennis tournament ‘two’ much fun

Any Two for Tennis event blessed by great food and great weather

ART MORGAN KEEPS his eye on the ball as he prepares to return a serve during Sunday action at the Comox Valley Tennis Club's Any Two for Tennis tournament. Morgan won the Most Sportsmanship award and along with Sue Twose was a finalist in the South division.

ART MORGAN KEEPS his eye on the ball as he prepares to return a serve during Sunday action at the Comox Valley Tennis Club's Any Two for Tennis tournament. Morgan won the Most Sportsmanship award and along with Sue Twose was a finalist in the South division.

Lots of great tennis, great food and fantastic weather.

Comox Valley Tennis Club president Brenda Dean noted that was the winning combination for this year’s Any Two for Tennis tournament, which the club hosted June 22-24 at the Anderton courts in Comox.

The open, mixed doubles format is traditionally the club’s most popular event. “Thank you to Danielle Caldwell and her team for the wonderful and delicious food.  The food really does make it extra special,” Dean said.

“To everyone else – there are so many I am afraid to name everyone in case I miss someone – thank you for all of your help. Without you, none of this would have been possible,” Dean added.

Winners of East (A’s) Wendy Thurlborn/Cyle Petersen; finalists Debbie Harit/Gord Verge.

Winners of NE for 3rd & 4th (A’s) Karen Taber/Bill Bradley; finalist Karen Martin/Rodrique Figeuroa – default by injury.

Winners of West (B’s) Shirley Kirk/Brian Woodley; finalists Kim Lessard/Ted Beard.

Winner of SW for 3rd & 4th (B’s) Sheila Ives/John Dennier; finalists Jill Nelson/Wayne King.

Winners of North (A consolation) Joan Wood/Jamie Wood; finalist Annette Mayo/Joe Yelder.

Winners of South (B consolation) Sharon Daly/Ron Clough; finalist Sue Twose/Art Morgan.

Winners of NW (little A consolation) Susan South/Vernon Dean; finalist Trish Roberts/Mike Gould.

Winners of SW (little B consolation) Francine Van der Schoot/Steve Hill; finalist Sue Twose/Art Morgan.

Round Robin (C’s) Winner Marjorie Milliken/Jesse Crossley; 6 points finalist Danielle Caldwell/Roger Goodman; 3 points (tied with Armstrong/Robinson but won more games)

Isabel Armstrong/Denis Robinson; 3 points finalist Diane Kovasin/Mike Holland 1 point.

Most Sportsmanship award went to Art Morgan.

Dean thanked the sponsors who supported the tournament: High Strung Racquets, Thrifty Foods, Safeway, Videos ‘n’ More (Comox), Old House, Oh Spa, Boston Pizza,

Sunnydale Golf Club, Booster Juice, Crown Isle, In Your Court Tennis, Expresso Lane Coffee and WestJet.

Next up on the CVTC calendar is the Ben Bellamy Memorial on Aug. 10-12. For more information, visit

– Comox Valley Tennis Club






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