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The Paroa Tennis
Club life member
Julie Rae was named
of the year and was
awarded the Richard
Trophy at the recent
Junior club co-
Wilson said he was
pleased with the way
the junior teams were
performing in the
organised by West
Coast Tennis and
said a number of
the players were in
the running for top
the award for her
dedication to tennis
and tireless behind
the scenes efforts.
Rae had been
season in organising
social tennis events for both young
and old, and, for many decades, had
been the quiet face behind the ongoing
maintenance and upkeep of the Paroa
Tennis Club grounds and facilities.
The highest junior accolade was
awarded to Jacob Smith, who received
the Wood Family Trophy for junior
sportsperson of the year for his
dedication, effort and sportsmanship.
Smith represented the club at
a number of tournaments both
locally and away. He also received
the Blanchett Trophy for the most
At the start of the season he was
playing for a C grade team and by the
end of season had moved up to play
regularly for B grade, and had filled in
Alice Morrison won the Richard
Gibbens Trophy for most improved
girl, Max Walklin and Olivia Bell took
out the Byrne-L ockington Family
Trophy for most improved novices, and
Jacob Smith and Mac Gibson won the
Moore Trophy for junior doubles.
Other award winners were.—
Girls.— 8 -years, singles: Mia
Prendergast. Runner-up: Pippa
Robb. 10 years, singles: Renae Smith.
Runner-up: Caitlan Williams. 12 years,
singles: Emma Wilson. Runner-up:
Kate McCann. 12 years, singles plate:
Alice Morrison. 12 years, doubles:
Emma Wilson and Renae Smith.
Runners-up: Kate McCann and Alice
Boys.— 8 -years, singles: Payton
Guthrie. Runner-up: Connor McL ean.
8 years, singles Plate: Mark Morrison.
10 years, singles: Mac Gibson. Runner-
up: Ollie Robb. 10 years, singles plate:
Lochie Gibson. Runner-up: Bob
Morgan. 10 years, doubles: Ollie Robb
and Lochie Gibson. Runners-up: Mac
Gibson and Bob Morgan. 12 years,
singles: Jacob Smith. Runner-up:
Geordie Gibson. 12 years, singles plate:
George Gilbertson. Runner-up: Sam
Robb. 12 years, doubles: Jacob Smith
and Mac Gibson. Runner-ups: Geordie
Gibson and Reuben Brown. 14 years,
singles: Hayden Wilson. Runner-up:
Angus Gilbertson. 16 years, singles: Tas
Bentley. Runner-up: Finn Gilbertson.
18 years, singles: Bailey Stewart.
Paroa Tennis Club life member Marilyn Wood, left,
and junior club captain Garth Wilson, who presented
Julie Rae with the Richard Gibbens Memorial Trophy
for sportsperson of the year and for her ser vices to the
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 13
Chelsea came from behind to beat
Leicester City 3-1 today and move to
within one win of clinching the Premier
League title for the first time in five
Chelsea were labelled as “ boring” by
Arsenal fans during the 0-0 London
derby on Monday and they were below
par against a Leicester side chasing a
fifth successive league win to boost their
chances of sur vival in the top flight.
Marc Albrighton fired Leicester ahead
in first-half stoppage time but Didier
Drogba equalised soon after the restart
before late goals from John Terry and
Ramires ensured Chelsea will seal the
title with victory against Crystal Palace
Chelsea have 80 points from 34 games
with last season’s champions Manchester
City second on 67. Third-placed Arsenal
also have 67 but they have played a game
Leicester remained 17th with 31
points from 34 games, one point ahead
of 18th-placed Sunderland but Nigel
Pearson’s side have played a game more.
“I think maybe we are scared to win the
league,” Drogba told Sky Sports.
“ Two wins and then we get the trophy
but this one was difficult. We have to
give credit to Leicester.
“In the second half we came back
and we wanted to make sure the game
against Crystal Palace is the one that
gives us the league.
“ We don’t get enough credit. We are
top of the league, we have the most
points and people find us boring.”
Leicester kept things tight in the early
stages but they were forced to make two
quick substitutions because of injury,
Matty James replacing midfielder Andy
King and Ritchie De Laet coming on for
defender Robert Huth.
The home side’s rhythm was not
disrupted, however, and left back Paul
Konchesky forced Petr Cech into a smart
save at his near post before Chelsea
cleared their lines after a scramble in the
Leicester took the lead when Jamie
Vardy crossed the ball into the box
and Albrighton capitalised on Cesar
Azpilicueta’s slip to sidefoot past Cech.
But just as Leicester fans chanted “We
are staying up”, Chelsea equalised when
Drogba swept home Branislav Ivanovic ’s
cross in the 48th minute to level the
Chelsea were being well contained by
Leicester but the visitors snatched the
lead in the 79th minute when Gary
Cahill headed Cesc Fabregas’s corner
towards goal and Terry was lurking at
the back post to flick the ball past Kasper
If Chelsea’s second was a little
fortunate, their third was anything but
as Brazilian midfielder Ramires fired a
left-foot shot home from the edge of the
box to take the London side closer to the
title. — Reuters
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