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National Bank NB Masters Championships – Results

Sep 05, 2018
written by: Tennis New Brunswick
written by: Tennis New Brunswick
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PROVINCIAL TENNIS CHAMPIONS CROWNED:

The Rothesay Tennis Club played host to the 2018 National Bank NB Masters Provincial Championships this past weekend.  A great weekend of weather and tennis.  Thanks to the National Bank for providing a BBQ for the players, to the Rothesay Tennis Club for hosting the event, and to all the players for taking part.

The following are the results from the event finals:

30+ Men’s Singles:  Alexandre Drouin (Moncton) def. Pierre Gallant (Shediac) 6/2, 6/1

40+ Men’s Singles:  Pete Sesplankis (Grand Manan) def. Drew Francis (Memramcook) 6/3, 6/2

50+ Men’s Singles:  John Tokos (Rothesay) def. Gary Jessome (Quispamsis) 6/3, 1/6, 10/3

65+ Men’s Singles:  Alain Menard (Dieppe) def. Dana Brown (Quispamsis) 6/4, 6/4

70+ Men’s Singles:  Onorio Rossetto (Saint John) def. Peter Marshall (Annapolis Valley) 6/1, 6/1

40+ Ladies Singles:  Raymonde Breau (Moncton) def. Jen Fox (Saint John) 6/4, 6/3

30+ Men’s Doubles:  Alexandre Drouin (Moncton) & Pierre Gallant (Shediac) def. Nick Gresh (Rothesay) & David Gresh (Rothesay) 6/0, 6/2

40+ Men’s Doubles:  Allen Olsen (Rothesay) & Pete Sesplankis (Grand Manan) def. Francis Cormier (Dieppe) & Drew Francis (Memramcook) 6/2, 7/6

50+ Men’s Doubles:  Gerald Goodine (Fredericton) & Alain Menard (Dieppe) def. Jim Turnbull (Rothesay) & John Tokos (Rothesay) 7/5, 6/4

40+ Ladies Doubles:  Sarah Barnes (Rothesay) & Jen Fox (Saint John) def. Gail Izzard (Rothesay) & Marykate Sheehan (Saint John) 6/2, 6/1

35+ Mixed Doubles: Dave Seely (Rothesay) & Jen Fox (Saint John) def. Matt Morrison (Quispamsis) & Sarah Barnes (Rothesay) 6/4, 6/3

50+ Mixed Doubles:  Gerald Goodine (Fredericton) & Dianne Lavoie (Moncton) def. Francis Cormier (Dieppe) & Sarah Barnes (Rothesay) 6/4, 6/1

65+ Mixed Doubles:  Jim Izzard (Rothesay) & Gail Izzard (Rothesay) def. Camille Vautour (Moncton) & Raymonde Breau (Moncton) 6/2, 6/4