(By Telegraph —Press Association.)
The tennis tournament concluded to-day. The results were as follows: —Men's Singles Champion: Final —Wilding beat Lynch. o—o.0 —o. 6 —-3. Men's Single Handicap. First grade: Fourth round—Wilding beat Harman. 6—4, 6 — ■?,. Final: Broad beat Wilding, 6—l. 6—L The gamewas the finest exhibition of tennis ever seen in Ashburton. Men's Doubles Handicap: Fourth roundBroad and Jackson beat Salmond Bros., 6 —5, 5 —6. 6 —5. Final: Brown Bros, beat Broad and Jackson, 3—6. 6— i, 6 —4. Combined Handicap: Fourth round: Broad and Miss Camp-
bell beat P. 'H. Cox and Mrs M. Friedlander, _i—o, 6—3; E. Salmond and Miss F. McLean beat Lynch and Miss ReveU, 4 —6, 6—l, 6—3. Final: Broad and Miss Campbell (Dunedin), beat E. Salmond and Miss McLean (Christehureh). Ladies' Doubles: Third round —Misses Harman and Berkeley beat Misses Revell and Mcc, 6—l (2), 6 —o; Misses Campbell and McLean beat Misses Harman and Berkeley. Final: Misses Campbell and McLean beat Mrs Tennent and Miss Purnell, 6—3, 6—2.
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ASHBURTON TOURNAMENT., Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 300, 31 December 1901
ASHBURTON TOURNAMENT. Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 300, 31 December 1901
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