Lucayan Bath & Racquet Club
Hosted by: Godfrey “Gully” Bowe
Gully Waiver (pdf)
SUBWAY owner Shuffel Hepburn is pleased once again to lend a hand in the sponsorship of this tournament as it positively affects the development of young people in the country. The tournament is set for the 22nd of February to the 24th at Lucayan Bath & Racquet Club and Coach Gully expects this tournament to be a very competitive one with juniors from Nassau, Eleuthera & Grand Bahama participate. Entry forms may be collected from Gully Bowe at Lucayan Bath & Racquet Club.
SUBWAY JUNIOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT
FEBRUARY – 22 - 25 2013
THE LUCAYAN BATH & RACQUET CLUB TENNIS COURTS
GULLY BOWE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR
PHONE 374-3206 FAX 373-3615
Entry Deadline: Wednesday, 19th. February 2013 at 8 pm. Entry Fee: Singles $20. Doubles $10. Per player. All players must play their age group in singles. Players are not permitted to play more than 3 events (including singles). All players must be members of the BLTA* *Minimum of 4 entrants for a divisional draw. BLTA SANCTIONED RULES APPLY.
Once again, the Grand Bahama Tennis Association is indebted to Freeport Oil Company Limited (FOCOL) for their continued commitment to the development of junior tennis in The Bahamas. FOCOL maintains their dedication to the empowerment of our young people through their sponsorship of this annual event.
Though severe thunderstorms threatened the start of the FOCOL Junior Tennis Tournament, junior players from Grand Bahama, Eleuthera and Nassau were given the opportunity to vie for the championships. Quite a number of young players fought rigorously to demonstrate their tennis prowess and emerge victorious.
Tournament director, Godfrey “Gully” Bowe noted that this Tournament saw many new budding juniors from Nassau and Eleuthera. He expressed concern that numbers of juniors from Grand Bahama is on the decline and encouraged parents to seek to involve their children in playing the game of tennis. “It is a wonderful game that motivates and inspires children affecting all aspects of their life.” Stated, Mr. Bowe