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Girls' Tennis stars rewarded for fine season with individual awards

Girls' Tennis stars rewarded for fine season with individual awards

A large number of Girls’ Tennis stars have been rewarded for their excellent efforts throughout the season with individual awards.

Rydal Penrhos’ Head of Girls’ Games Nicky Head announced the winners at the school’s end of term Prizegiving event prior to the summer break, with squad members from Year 7-10 claiming notable accolades as a result of their performance.

Ariana Milligan was one of the standout performers throughout the campaign and scooped the Year 7 Player of the Year title, with Ada Vonbank taking home the Most Improved Player of the Year honour.

Year 8 pupil Charlotte Hourihane has performed exceptionally during a busy series of fixtures and was awarded the Player of the Year, and the outstanding progression demonstrated by Emma Hackman secured her the Most Improved Player of the Year to round off the Lower School accolades.

Another worthy winner was Rebecca Mann, who is now the proud owner of the Year 9 Player of the Year award, with Carmen Hurtado scooping the Most Improved title after demonstrating a fine work ethic and desire to succeed.

Anna Parry-Williams enjoyed another superb season and was recognised with the Year 10 Player of the Year title, and the Most Improved Player of the Year distinction went to Cerys Cuddihy.

Director of Sport Allen Boyd, said: “Our Girls’ Tennis programme continues to show extremely encouraging signs thanks to the hard work of Mrs Head and her team of coaches, who strive to ensure that each pupil maximises their potential which has led to some outstanding results during the season.”

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