Game, set, match for Junee Public in Todd Woodbridge Cup

ACE EFFORT: The Todd Woodbridge Cup has modified rules for kids in years three and four to transition into the adult game. Picture: Kay Thurston

ACE EFFORT: The Todd Woodbridge Cup has modified rules for kids in years three and four to transition into the adult game. Picture: Kay Thurston

The region’s tennis talent was on show on Friday September 8 as Tennis NSW Schools Coordinator, John Ferguson hosted the Todd Woodbridge Cup at Junee Tennis Club.

Fifty Students from Junee Public School, Junee North Public School, Illabo Public and Eurongilly Public went head to head across the net. 

Junee Public School’s No 1 team won the tournament with the four runners up tied for second place.

Mya Chisholm from North Junee Public was awarded Most Valued Player. 

Junee Public competed in the Riverina final of the cup on Monday in Wagga, placing 5th in their pool and equal 14th out of 15 on the day. 

“The Junee kids played well, up against some very stiff opposition,” Mr Ferguson said.

South Wagga, Lake Albert and Young will go on to represent the Riverina in the state final of the tournament.