THE Gunnedah Tennis Club has been well represented at the Inverell Bronze AMT and JT tennis tournament.
The clay-court tournament saw many of the youngsters play on the surface for the first time with impressive results.
Lucy Gainsford saluted in the under-16 girls tournament while also reaching the semi final in the doubles.
Vitorio Sardhina continued his recent run of good form, taking out both the under-14 boys singles and doubles titles.
Meanwhile, Isabelle Moore and Mason Louis also claimed glory, turning in tournament-winning performances in the under-14 girls and and under-12 boys doubles tournaments respectively.
The roll of wins continued for the club as Lacey Bourke won the under-12 consolation singles title as well as reaching the doubles final with her sister Caitlan, who claimed third spot in the singles competition.
Adding to the under-12 success was Joshua Casey, who reached the under-12 boys consolation final, while Amarni Louis featured in the girls consolation final.
Louis also starred in the doubles tournament, reaching the semi finals.
Club coach Craig Louis said he was very proud of the effort put in by the his club members.
"The players challenged themselves on the clay, a surface they are not all that familiar with," Louis said.
"Credit to all players as they fought hard and adjusted their game to suit the conditions.
"It was great to see them all excel."
Louis said the players would now turn their attention to a school holiday clinic in Gunnedah.
"We are hosting a school holiday coaching clinic in Gunnedah over the next few days," he said.
"It will really allow the kids to brush up on their skills and have some fun."