Congratulations to all the participants that joined us in Gander for the Megan Piercey Central Open!
Everyone pitched in to help make the tournament a success, especially after the rain on Saturday and Sunday.
Congratulations to our winners in each of our main series categories:
(Photo from the Mount Pearl Open)
And our consolation winners and other category winners:
Here are some more photos from the event:
All participants earned points towards the TNL Open Series championship which will be awarded at the end of the season. You can learn more about the point system and prize money on our information page. You can see a snap shot of the current leaders on our rankings page.
Big movers after the Megan Piercey Central Open include Declan Walsh edging ahead of Dennis Keaveney with his Men's Singles victory. Breaking into the top 5 for Men's Singles was also Szymon Pietrzyk with his semi-final performance. Despite her final loss, Lisa Cook moves into first place with a 14 point edge over Emily Godec in Women's Singles. Shangavi Loganathan with her singles victory and Lina Bouziane join the top 5 women in singles as well. Alistair Bath cements his large lead in Men's Combined Doubles with a men's doubles win and a mixed doubles finals loss. Alistair has a 176 point lead over current runner up Declan Walsh. Lisa Cook jumps into top spot in Women's Combined Doubles with her wins in Mixed doubles. Emily Godec moves into third place with her victory in Women's Doubles and Shangavi Loganathan rounds out the top 5 with solid women's doubles and mixed doubles performances.
On the club front, Gander has moved into second place with a strong showing at the Megan Piercey Central Open, edging 20 points ahead of Mount Pearl. The St. John's Tennis Association continues to lead, with Corner Brook and Grand Falls clubs picking up points in this event as well.
The final tournament in the series is the Tommy Williams Provincial Championships. Watch the website for registration information, or signup for our newsletter to stay in the know about events that are taking place in the province!