Seaton's up and coming tennis stars meet Murray

PUBLISHED: 12:00 08 October 2008 | UPDATED: 22:26 15 June 2010

Andy Murray with the Seaton players

Andy Murray with the Seaton players

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Four Seaton Tennis Club players qualified for the Save The Children National Finals at Roehampton, London, on Saturday and were lucky enough to meet Andy Murray and Pat Cash.

Four Seaton Tennis Club players qualified for the Save The Children National Finals at Roehampton, London, on Saturday and were lucky enough to meet Andy Murray and Pat Cash.Emma Hurst and Kelly Gould reached the finals of the U13s Girls' Doubles event, losing to Millfield School after being unbeaten all day. Benja Arnott and Kathy Wilkinson had a tougher challenge in the over-13s' Mixed Doubles but still managed to reach the semi- finals, losing to Blundells School.All players were able to watch Andy Murray train on an adjacent court during the morning, and then Pat Cash attended the finals to present the trophies later in the day.Tennis Coach Kevin Davis, who worked with all the players during the last few weeks and attended the finals, was delighted with their performance on the day. GAME, SET AND MATCH: Benja Arnott, Kathy Wilkinson, Tennis star Andy Murray, Kelly Gould and Emma Hurst.


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