The feature of the Linton Cup Tennis matches, a prelude to the Australian championships, was the defeat to-day of the New South Wales ...
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He started playing tennis at 13 1/2 years old. By 17 he was one of the top junior players in Australia having won many of the state junior titles and he played no.1 Linton Cup for Victoria. Players he mixed with included, Merv Rose, George Worthington, Don Tregonning, Brian Tobin, Clive Wilderspin.
play in the Linton Cup Squad in 1973. Later that year three of our members made up the four man (Gary Sugden - Captain, Rob Squires, Mark Plymin and Alan Hooppell) Senior Tennis Team for Highett High School which went on to win the Nepean District Competition and continued on to be runners up in the final of All Metropolitan High Schools.
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Represented New South Wales in Junior Linton Cup tennis, being the first country junior to ever do so. Represented Victoria in Interstate matches 1950 – 1955. Won many major Country Championships in Singles, Doubles and Mixed.
Ian Eric "Occ" Occleshaw was a professional tennis player and coach. He was a member of the Linton Cup team in 1947, managed Linton Cup and Wilson Cup teams on several occasions, coached Peter McNamara and Alan Stone and is one of the founders of Tennis Coaches Australia Victoria. He worked on the Tennis Australia Development Board, was president, secretary and member of the board of TCAV. Occleshaw died on 29 March 2015. Ian Eric Occleshaw Born22 February 1928 Murrumbeena Died29 March 2015 Nati
played Linton Cup and the Australian Championships. won the Vic hardcourt junior singles title. was a ranked world veterans player and periodically traveled in Europe playing veterans events. was awarded a University Blue for Tennis (Melbourne Uni, where he obtained a Bachelor of Commerce). Coaching Career
The Championships, Wimbledon, were founded by the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in 1877 to raise money for the club. The first Championships were contested by 22 men and the winner received a Silver Gilt Cup proclaiming the winner to be "The All England Lawn Tennis Club Single Handed Champion of the World".
There's a rich tennis history in the heart of Delray Beach The next step for Cava is expansion, including a new clubhouse and dorms to better keep an eye on all the young players. “With dorms we ...