Awards Scoop in the Waikato
We had some great news this morning at training where we were joined by Tennis Waikato/ Thames Valley chairman, Mike Innes. Players Cole Northcott and Liam Barry as well as coach Pete Hoyland all received awards.
Cole Northcott took part in the Tennis New Zealand's "The King of Clay" picking game where he had to predict the results of both the mens and ladies singles at the French Open. He came out on top of 427 entrants to take 1st position!
Liam Barry was worthy winner of the Waikato Male Player of the year in the recent Waikato/ Thames Valley prize-giving. Liam was awarded this for many reasons; he's been an integral part of the success of the Hamilton Boys High School 1st team and Waikato/ Thames Valley team over the last 12 months. On court and off court Liam's work ethic and dedication to the game is faultless and is a great role model to those younger juniors in the region!
Pete Hoyland was also awarded Waikato/ Thames Valley Coach of the Year for his work with the juniors in the Waikato region.
Good work guys!