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Maggie's Centre tennis tournament

PUBLISHED: 14:34 10 January 2011 | UPDATED: 17:50 20 February 2013

Annie King, Yoma Bock, Carol Freeman, Caroline von Behr, Jen Compton, Cindy Chapman, Liz Topping, Alison Besterman, Penny Samworth and Anna Phillips.

Annie King, Yoma Bock, Carol Freeman, Caroline von Behr, Jen Compton, Cindy Chapman, Liz Topping, Alison Besterman, Penny Samworth and Anna Phillips.

The second annual Cotswolds Maggie's Centre tennis tournament was played at 8 courts around Cirencester with the final held at the home of Annie King at Perrott's Brook.

The second annual Cotswolds Maggies Centre tennis tournament was played at 8 courts around Cirencester with the final held at the home of Annie King at Perrotts Brook. 70 players including local club members and recreational players alike took part to raise funds for the new Maggies Centre in Cheltenham.

The Maggie Keswick Jencks Cancer Caring Centres Trust was founded by Maggie Keswick Jencks in 1995 to provide support for people affected by cancer, their families, carers and friends to empower people to live with, through and beyond cancer. The final was won by Angela Boyce and Susie Jones following which competitors enjoyed a court side lunch with food donated by Foodworks and wine from DArcy wines.


Photography and captions: Shaun Thompson

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