Players from all over South Wales have been battling out for the various age-group titles across the region.

The matches took place at venues across South Wales, including Cardiff Metropolitan University, David Lloyd Cardiff, and Swansea Tennis Centre.

Newport’s Nathaniel Walker became the U16s champion after winning his final match 4-1, 5-3. Meanwhile, Cardiff’s Ellis Cochlin won the U14s tournament final 4-2, 5-3, against fellow Cardiff player Grace Lim.

Rebecca Howley also took home a sweeping win (4-0, 4-0) for her hometown of Bridgend, beating Llanelli’s Eleri Rowlands.


Under 9s boys:

Winner – Alexander Bradley Glinister (Penarth)

Runner up – Jethro Dela Vega (Swansea)


Under 9s girls:

Winner – Sofia Chivers (Barry)

Runner up – Iris Plane (Cardiff)


Under 10s boys:

Winner – Richard Janicek (Swansea)

Runner up – Kasim Ali (Cardiff)


Under 10s girls:

Winner – Daisy Chapman (Truro)

Runner up – Eleanor Nobbs (Bath)
Under 12s boys:

Winner – Danny Flynn (Porth)

Runner up – Jonathan Evans (Llanelli)


Under 12s girls:

Winner – Rebecca Howley (Bridgend)

Runner up – Eleri Rowlands (Llanelli)


Under 14s boys:

Winner – Joseph White (Cardiff)

Runner up – Ewan Mackie (Cardiff)


Under 14s girls:

Winner – Ellis Cochlin (Cardiff)

Runner up – Grace Lim (Cardiff)


Under 16s boys:

Winner – Nathaniel Walker (Newport)

Runner up – Rhys Williams (Cwmbran)


“The South Wales age-group tournaments provide a high standard of competition for our young players,” said Tennis Wales chief executive, Peter Drew.

“The standard of play shows the rising talent we have in South Wales.”

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