HARDIJA Vidnere won three titles between at Heaton Tennis Club's Closed Championship.

The 14-year-old won the women's singles 6-3, 6-4 against her sister, 17-year-old Kristela, paired up with her to lift the women's doubles 6-3, 6-3 and partnered 17-year-old Jevannie Ambrose to take the mixed doubles 7-5, 6-1.

Finals day, which was the culmination of a fortnight's play, ran from 9am to 6pm, with the youngsters doing particularly well in the adult events.

Tennis chairman Don Stewart said: “We had a great tournament last year and it was great to see the juniors coming through to perform so strongly in the adult events.

"With over 120 competitors, the buzz around the club during the two weeks was a really enjoyable experience, and it was a pleasure to be a part of that success.”

The club runs regular coaching sessions in groups or individually for the novice to the expert.

Anyone interested in becoming a member or who would like to make an enquiry should visit the website at http://www.heatontennissquash.co.uk/ or contact the club manager on 01274 541508 or enquiries@heatontennissquash.co.uk.

Roll of honour – Under-eights: Rose O’Donovan McCann. Under-nines: Shishir Shastry. Under-tens: Xavier Mirza. Under-14s: Dawud Qurban. Men's singles: Richard Bohanna. Women's singles: Hardija Vidnere. Men's doubles: Matt McTurk & Phil Cook. Women's doubles: Hardija & Kristela Vidnere. Mixed doubles: Hardija Vidnere & Jevannie Ambrose. Men's doubles 45 & over: Martin Dolan & Eddie Beaton. Women's doubles 40 & over: Julie Crow & Sue Hamilton. Women's doubles 60 & over: Connie Heyes & Pat Watson.