At West Heath we are dedicated to the development of Junior Tennis. and cater exclusively
for children aged 5-16. Learn more about us by following the links above. To receive
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contact details are listed at the bottom of this page.
Tennis Manager: Hélène Jackson ~ 07710 677675 ~ 01342 870805
The Two Houses, Hollow Lane, East Grinstead RH19 3PS firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of our winners at the Kent County Finals day
Our U12 Champions!
Our winners at the 5 Clubs Challenge Tournament
2011 - Best year ever for West Heath!
The highlight of 2011 was the success of our teams, particularly our U12 girls (Cathrine
Hogh, Ellie Knox, Josephine Hogh, and Nell Miller) who became National Champions
( see photo of team top left, with West Heath’s Martin Whitehouse, Kent LTA Coach
of the year) , while our U14 boys and U10 and U9 mixed teams won at County level.
Nick Brookes & Jonah Smith were part of the Kent U12 team who became National Champions
in the Aegon County Cup Championship held at the Bolton Arena in mid-July. West Heath
coach Max Robinson was Team Captain, and he and Vice-Captain Dom Cobby were in Bolton
with the Kent team - for a picture of the Champions, and Max’s report on the LTA
website click here! Finally our youngest green, orange and red players rounded off
a superb year for our teams by winning the Bromley 5 Clubs Challenge Tournament just
Individual successes were also plentiful. At the Kent Junior Championships (photo
left) Ellie Knox (U12s), Anton Matusevich (U10s), and Oscar Brown (U9s) all won the
County titles. Nick Brookes (U14s), Jonah Smith (U12s) and Cathrine Hogh (U12s) were
runners-up, but Nick and Cathrine both won doubles titles with their respective partners
Tom Wright and Josephine Hogh. Martin Thomas won the U12 Consolation Singles. Other
successes at Summer tournaments included Hammad Ansari, who won three(!) grade 4
U10s, and Matt Collins, Connie Howard and Steven Rich who all won their first Grade
4 titles at Gravesham and Crowborough. Jonah Smith and Oscar Brown won the end-of-season
tournaments at Roehampton. This Autumn the U12 Boys Team won their box, and the U8,
U9 and U10 mixed teams have all qualified for the Kent Finals in March. And Oscar
Gordon-Reid and Ethan O’Reilly, National U14 Save the Children Fund Champions, enjoyed
their prize at the O2 Masters practising next to and meeting Jo Wilfried Tsonga!
Just before Christmas Ellie Knox won the Powder Byrne National Title, and Nick Brookes
won the U14 Grade 3 at Raynes Park.