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Tennis BC League 2023

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On Thursday, September 28th, Tennis BC hosted the 2023 League Celebration of Champions at the esteemed Vancouver Lawn Tennis and Badminton Club. Each year, we organize this event in the Fall to honour the teams that emerge as winners during the annual league in the Lower Mainland.

While the annual Tennis BC league is a source of enjoyment for all involved, it’s important to recognize the hard work that takes place behind the scenes! This event provides an excellent platform to acknowledge the dedicated efforts of all the league organizers, division organizers, league captains, and teams.

Thank you to Bronwyn Davies for capturing the night in pictures! Photos here

A special thank you goes out to our Women’s League Coordinators, Suzanne Brenton and Laurie Borden, and our Men’s League Coordinator, Mark Sun.

We would also like to extend a big thank you to our Divisional League Directors:

Ladies Director Day 1: Jane Clasby
Ladies Director Day 2: Bente Rybinski
Ladies Director Day 3: Lynda Prince
Ladies Director Day 4: Laurie Borden
Ladies Director Day 5: Jackie Cavers
Ladies Director Open: Suzanne Brenton
Ladies Director Night 1: Lynda Prince
Ladies Director Night 2: Lucille Lewis
Ladies Director Night 3: Julie Ross
Ladies Director Night 4: Brenda Brown
Ladies Director Night 5: Marie Lee

Men’s Director A1: Mark Sun
Men’s Director A2: Mark Sun
Men’s Director B1: Rob Sider
Men’s Director B2: John Ridley
Men’s Director B3: Flois Aranas
Men’s Director C1: Abraham Koomson
Men’s Director C2: Ron Stuber

Congratulations to the 2023 Tennis BC Lower Mainland Ladies League Champions:

Day 1: TCCoq ONE
Day 2: United BC Sweet Spots
Day 3: CTC Savvy Acers
Day 4: TC Surrey Storm
Day 5: JTC Beach Babes
Open: Jericho Tennis Club
Night 1: Burnaby Tennis Club
Night 2: HCC Sets & the City
Night 3: NSWC Shore Things
Night 4: WVTC Double Trouble
Night 5: TCLangley Haute Shots

Congratulations to the 2023 Tennis BC Lower Mainland Men’s League Champions:

A1: Jericho A1
A2: Richmond Country Club
B1: Murdo Frazer
B2: Newton B2
B3: Newton B3
C1: Coquitlam C1
C2: NSWC Hard Shots


The 2023 Team Tennis Provincials were a huge success! Not only was there lots of great tennis played, there were lots of chances to socialize too! Everyone had a great time on and off the courts. Tennis BC would like to thank our hosts, Newton Tennis Club for hosting the men’s event and Sunshine Hills for hosting the women’s event.

Women’s 3.5-4.0: CTC Savvy Acers
Women’s 4.0-4.5: Arbutus Highballers
Men’s 3.5-4.0: Coquitlam Tong
Men’s 4.0-4.5: Murdo Frazer

Check out Tennis BC’s Flickr for all the photos here!

Find all the results here.

Interior Playoffs

Last weekend, players from all corners of the Interior came together to compete for a spot in the Team Tennis Provincial Championships in August! It was a privilege to host this event at the beautiful Salmon Arm Tennis Club.

Thank you to the outstanding SATC team, under the direction of Marianne and Joachim, for their efforts in planning and hosting a fantastic event! Special thanks also goes to Askew’s Foods for their ongoing support of the event, and to the Salmon Arm Economic Development Society for providing loot bags!

Among the team photos, you will find pictures of some of the many volunteers who supported the event. Thanks to their contributions, the event was a success, truly showcasing the strength of the tennis community!

The men battled it out on Saturday across the NTRP 3.5 – 4.0, and NTRP 4.0 – 4.5 events. Congratulations to “No Strings Attached” and the “Sultans of Swingweight” for securing their invite to the Team Tennis Provincial Championships, which will be held at the Newton Tennis Club in August.

On Day 2, the five ladies’ teams finished up their long weekend of matches with some heated competition! Congratulations to the Women’s 4.0-4.5 team, “Ace Kickers,” for emerging as the winners and earning their qualification for the Provincial Championships, which will take place at the Sunshine Hills Tennis Club in Delta.

Final scores: Tournament Website

Read more at the Salmon Arm Observer:…/salmon-arm-tennis…/… ; Press Release

It’s been a long time since we could all gather together to celebrate our amazing sport, so this year’s National Bank Celebration of Champions was a much-anticipated event! Nearly 200 guests attended in their finery to celebrate everyone’s achievements.  Tennis BC was able to acknowledge our many league winners and had the privilege of awarding the Tennis BC excellence awards, a special award recognizing the UBC Men’s Tennis Team for their remarkable season and unparalleled success at Nationals, and a Tennis Canada Distinguished Service Award.

The Celebration of Champions was held at the Sandman Signature’s Round Room (the location of the Tennis BC Richmond Hub). Everyone was in a celebratory mood, enjoying reconnecting with old friends and newer acquaintances. The evening began with speeches acknowledging the return to play and the wonderful tennis season that felt like the old normal. 

As well as acknowledging the many wonderful competitors and officials in our province, we were also able to acknowledge outgoing Acting Executive Director, John McMurchy. John’s dedication to tennis in BC spans many years. He has been involved in many different ways and stepped in when needed to take on the role of E.D.  John, we thank you for your dedication, expertise, passion, and poise – most of us would not be here without you!

New to the Tennis BC team, Jonathan Wornell Executive Director, spoke about his vision for tennis in BC. Jonathan brings with him a wealth of experience and an innate desire to grow and promote tennis in BC to help to develop the sport we all love.

After the speeches, it was time for the awards! It was wonderful to see all the teams together as well as to acknowledge some folks who have made outstanding contributions to tennis and community over the last year. 

Tennis BC acknowledges and thanks our sponsor National Bank for making the league possible. 

We offer our congratulations to the following people for their contribution and dedication to tennis:

 Tennis BC Excellence Awards:

Community Coach of the Year: Phil Dacre
Contribution to Community Tennis: Lizeth Escobedo
Junior Male Player of the Year: Denny Bao
Junior Female Player of the Year: Reece Carter
Women’s Player of the Year: Rebecca Marino
Coach of the Year: Graeme Kassautzki
Volunteer of the Year: Grant Sklar
Official of the Year: Kevin Yang

Tennis Canada Distinguished Service Award:

Phil Dacre

Winning National Bank League Teams:


Day 1: Hollyburn Country Club One
Night 1: Burnaby Tennis Club
Day 2: Hollyburn Country Club Netsetters
Night 2: North Shore Winter Club Cervaces
Day 3: Tennis Centre Surrey Squad 3
Night 3: Richmond Tennis Club Dare Doubles
Day 4: AC Spinderellas
Night 4: United BC Boom Juice
Day 5: Vancouver Lawn Tennis and Badminton Club, Mid Court Crisis
Night 5: North Shore Winter Club
Open: Burnaby Tennis Club


A1: North Shore Winter Club
A2: Sunshine Hills Tennis Club, Serve-Aces
B1: CAP-Ten-Aces
B2: Richmond Tennis Club, Terminetters
B3: Arbutus B3
C1: Newton Tennis Club
C2: Tswassen Tennis Club

Check out all the photos from this event (and others) at Tennis BC’s Flickr page here.

The 2022 National Bank Team Tennis Provincial Championships were held at the beautiful Salmon Arm Tennis Club from August 5-7. It was a great weekend to get together to play — 16 Men’s and Women’s teams from BC’s Interior and Lower Mainland participated in the event. 

This year brought some change for the better as National Bank is the new sponsor for team tennis in BC. Tennis BC is excited to have formed this partnership! 

Salmon Arm Tennis Club thrilled to host 2022 provincial championships (by Martha Wickett)

Read the full recap here!

2022 Team Tennis Provincial Championships – Photos


Women’s 3.5 

Winner – Kamloops Kick Aces 

Finalist – United Boom Juice (UBC) 

Women’s 4.0 

Winner – North Shore Winter Club – Cervaces 

Finalist -  Predator Ridge  

Men’s 3.5 

Winner – Richmond Tennis Club 

Finalist – Lakeside Brewers 

Men’s 4.0 

Winner – Deucebags (Kelowna) 

Finalist – Lakeview Heights Pen Pals 

Champions Celebration 2018

Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club – On Wednesday, October 24th Tennis BC hosted the 2018 League Celebration of Champions. Each year, we host this event in the Fall to recognize the teams who win their categories in the Lower Mainland’s annual league.

The event, hosted at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club, featured appetizers, door prizes, a photo booth, a unique chance for league teams across divisions to catch up one more time for the year, and of course, the presentation of perpetual trophies and medals to the winning teams.

The event is a great opportunity to recognize the efforts of all the league organizers, division organizers, league captains, and teams. The annual Tennis BC league is a fun activity for everyone involved, however, a lot of work goes on behind the scenes and we would like to extend our appreciation for that hard work.

Thank you to Shaughnessy for hosting the 2018 League Celebration of Champions. We would also like to thank HEAD and Penn for providing our door prizes full of awesome tennis swag, all the league players who attended, and once again, all the league coordinators and volunteers.

Be sure to check out the photos from the event below. Thank you to Gerry Kripps Photography Check out more of Gerry’s work here.

Tennis BC Flickr Page     ∣     Gerry Kripps High Res     ∣     Gerry Kripps Low Res

For more Tennis BC photos, click here.

A special thank you to our Women’s League Coordinator, Suzanne Brenton, and our Men’s League Coordinator, Rob Sider.

We would also like to extend a big thank you to our Divisional League Directors:

Ladies Director Day 1: Laurie Borden
Ladies Director Day 2: Suzanne Brenton
Ladies Director Day 3: Stephanie Bird
Ladies Director Day 4: Denise Kay
Ladies Director Day 5: Allison Rakis
Ladies Director Open: Prue Reber
Ladies Director Night 1: Lori Irwin
Ladies Director Night 2: Lucille Lewis
Ladies Director Night 3: Gillian Akins
Ladies Director Night 4: Prue Reber
Ladies Director Night 5: Lynda Prince

Men’s Director A1: Mark Sun
Men’s Director A2: Mark Sun
Men’s Director B1: Abraham Koomson
Men’s Director B2: John Ridley
Men’s Director B3: John Ridley
Men’s Director C1: Joe Collins
Men’s Director C2: Rob Sider

Congratulations to the 2018 Tennis BC Lower Mainland Ladies League Champions:

Day 1: TCC One
Day 2: HCC Net Setters
Day 3: HCC TenActity
Day 4: Coquitlam Catz
Day 5: HCC Hotshots
Open: Jericho Tennis Club
Night 1: North Shore Winter Clubt
Night 2: Peace Archers
Night 3: RTC Richmond Rackateers
Night 4: Capilano Reign
Night 5: New West Tennis Club

Congratulations to the 2018 Tennis BC Lower Mainland Men’s League Champions:

A1: North Shore Winter Club
A2: The Arbutus Club
B1: Richmond B1
B2: Murdo Force
B3: White Rock Red
C1: False Creek All Blacks
C2: Sunshine Hills C2

Champions Celebration 2017

The  Celebration of Champions was held at Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club, November 16. It was a great evening with all 17 winning teams from the Lower Mainland leagues attending. We would like to thank our sponsors for their ongoing support with team tennis, HEAD and Penn for the great prizing provided throughout the season, and Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club for hosting us.  This event was a great wrap up to a fantastic year of team tennis.  We would like to thank all of the teams as well as Shaughnessy’s Jerome Fournier for their generous support in raising over $1,250 that evening for the Vancouver Community Youth Fund!

In addition, thank you to all our league coordinators for all that they do throughout the year to facilitate the league and ensure everything runs smoothly. Your contribution is invaluable.

Photos from the evening

Last but not least, congratulations to all 2017 Lower Mainland league winners!

DivisionTeam Name
Men’s A1Richmond Country Club
Men’s A2Team West Coast
Men’s B1Arbutus
Men’s B2Burnaby B2
Men’s C2Sunshine Hills C2
Ladies’ Day 1VLTBC White
Ladies’ Day 2Town & Country Alley Cats
Ladies’ Day 3NVTC Dare Doubles
Ladies’ Day 4United Full Metal Racquet
Ladies’ Day 5Tsawwassen Pearls
OpenBurnaby Tennis Club
Night 1Richmond Tennis Club
Night 2NSWC Cervaces
Night 3Coquitlam Tennis Club
Night 4VLTBC Lawn & Order
Night 5WVTC Double Trouble

Photo Gallery

The Miele Provincial Team Championships were held August 5-7 at Hollyburn Country Club with 22 Men’s and Women’s teams participating from the Lower Mainland Leagues, South Island Leagues, and Regional Interior Team Tennis Playoffs (for Ladies Division 2, 4, 5 (3.0, 3.5, 4.0) and Men’s B1, C1 (3.5, 4.0).

The Champions and finalists for all of the events were determined in round robin play and are listed on the Tennis BC and Tennis Scores websites.  Congratulations to all of the winning teams!

Players enjoyed a fun-filled weekend packed with great tennis matches with only one minor delay on the Friday due to unforeseen traffic accidents, which held up both bridges and the Coquihalla Hwy. However, once players arrived, they got down to the business of playing then relaxing on the Hollyburn patio with refreshments to enjoy the spectacular city views.

Thank you to our league sponsor Miele, and presenting sponsor, Odlum Brown and Floyd Hill, for the ongoing support in promoting League play in our province and across the country.  Thanks also to Tonic Apparel and HEAD for providing prizing and thank you to our volunteers and staff for your tireless work to make this event successful and enjoyable for all participants.

In addition, thank you to the host club, Hollyburn and its staff, for making this a memorable event for all participants.  Players enjoyed the experience of playing at a world-class facility with spectacular city views and were treated to a fun BBQ on Saturday evening.

Congratulations to all who participated!

Ladies 3.0

Champions – Lakeshore

Finalists – Net Chix

3rd Place – HCC Racqueteers

4th Place – HCC Just a little slice

5th Place – STC Topspinners

Ladies 3.5

Champions – Kamploops

Finalists – New Westminster

3rd Place – False Creek

4th Place – Westwood

5th Place – Grasshoppers

Ladies 4.0

Champions – West Van Stellars

Finalists – Jericho Night Hawks

3rd Place – Peoples Court Party Girlz

4th Place – The Artful Dodgers

Mens 3.5

Champions – New Westminster Tennis Warriors

Finalists – Jericho Tennis Club

3rd Place – Vancouver Island Dreamers

4th Place – Okanagan Mission

Mens 4.0

Champions – Steve Nash

Finalists – Hollyburn

3rd Place – Okanagan Mission “Kiss my Ace”

4th Place – Vancouver Island “Game, Set & Match”


Daily Schedule (updated on August 6)

2016 Miele Championships Flyer

Ladies League: A hearty congratulations to the Okanagan Mission Club in Kelowna for hosting a most successful Ladies Miele Team Tennis Provincial Championships on the weekend of Aug 14-16, 2015. Tournament Manager, Vicki Salter, would like to recognize the outstanding team who made it all possible – Joachim Nierfeld, Head Pro and Tennis BC Interior Zone Rep; Winston Pain, Interior League Coordinator and Tennis BC Board Member; Beverley Dawe, Mission Club Manager; and Marilynne Fine, Volunteer Coordinator, all who welcomed us with open arms!

On behalf of MieleTennis BC, and the 70 ladies who traveled to beautiful Kelowna – a big thank you to our hosts for the great competition, tantalizing food, and wonderful hospitality provided throughout the weekend!

Congratulations to our Champions and Finalists!

Ladies 3.5 – Division 3

  • Champions – Tsawwassen
  • Finalists – Salmon Arm
  • 3rd Place – South Cowichan
  • 4th Place – West Vancouver

Ladies 3.0 – Division 5

  • Champions – Kamloops
  • Finalists – Summerland
  • 3rd Place – Kelowna
  • 4th Place – Sunshine Hills
  • 5th Place – Hollyburn

Men’s League: On behalf of Miele, Tennis BC, Tournament Director, Vicki Salter, and the 45 league players who travelled to Whistler Resort in August 2015, a hearty thank you to our host Kirk Paterson and his team for the great competition, camaraderie, and wonderful hospitality experienced by all!

Congratulations to the Vernon Tennis Association who were most invincible in winning five of five match ties in the round robin format. Hard luck prevailed in the Championship Playoff round when Victoria, a solid, consistent, and experienced team, won two of the three matches in the Championship match tie to win first place over Vernon in the 2015 Men’s MieleTournament.

Congratulations to our Champions, Finalists, and all who participated!

Men’s 3.0 – 3.5 Division

  • Champions – Victoria’s Under the Radar
  • Finalists – Vernon Tennis Association
  • 3rd Place – New Westminster
  • Honorable Mention to all participating teams: VTA – Vancouver Gold Team, False Creek Vancouver Racquetiers, and Whistler

The Men’s Championships were held at Okanagan Mission Tennis Club in Kelowna, and the Women’s Championships were held at Whistler Racquet Club. This weekend event was organized for the winning teams from the Lower Mainland League, South Island League, and Regional Interior Team Tennis Playoffs (for Division 2 (3.5-4.0) and 4 (3.0-3.5) players).

Thank you to all volunteers and sponsors for their support and thanks to all players for another great weekend of tennis.


Women’s Division 2 (3.5-4.0)

Winner: Salmon Arm Slammers
Runner Up: WVTC Night

Women’s Division 4 (3.0-4.0)

Winner: Tsawwassen
Runner Up: Kamloops Smashers

Click here for all women results.

Men’s Division 2 (3.5-4.0)

Winner: Coquitlam Young Guns
Runner Up: Tsawwassen

Men’s Division 4 (3.0-4.0)

Winner: Kamloops Dropshotters
Runner Up: Gutbusters (Kelowna)

Click here for all men’s results.

For photos of the men’s Championships (taken by Mark Gallgher) please click here.

We had a fun-filled weekend packed with tennis matches during the Miele Provincial Team Tennis Championships hosted by Richmond Tennis Club & Richmond Country Club! With exciting matchups throughout the weekend, and rain delays on the Sunday morning, it was a constant surprise to say the least. We would like to thank our amazing play-control volunteers, Michel & Ute, for doing a fantastic job as well as the volunteers at Richmond Tennis Club for running the barbecue and taking care of the players. In addition, we would like to thank Richmond Country Club for allowing us to utilize their facilities for tennis and leisure, and for the Saturday Night Social where players were entered into a raffle for over 100 gift bags. Rackets & Runners and All-Court Stringing kindly donated items that were included which were a HUGE hit with the participants who came out and supported the tournament!

Click here for photos from the event: courtesy of Gerry Kripps Photography.

Women’s 3.0 Division 5

Winners: Deuce Dolls (9 pts) – Interior
Runners Up: Arrowsmith (8 pts) – North Island
Third: New West (7 pts) – Lower Mainland
Fourth: Coquitlam Catz (4 pts) – Lower Mainland
Fifth: Rackettes (2 pts) – South Island

Women’s 3.0/3.5 Division 3

Winners: Westwood (7 pts) – North Island
Runners Up: New West (5 pts) – Lower Mainland
Third: Spring Courtet (4 pts) – South Island
Fourth: Great West (2 pts) – Lower Mainland

Women’s 4.0/4.5 Division 1

Winners: Roses (7 pts) – Interior
Runners Up: Wong Team Won (6 pts) – Lower Mainland
Third: String Quartet (3 pts) – South Island
Fourth: Stanley Park Acers (2 pts) – Lower Mainland

Men’s 3.0/3.5 Division 3

Winners: Team HB (11 pts) – Interior
Runners Up: Coquitlam Young Guns (10 pts) – Lower Mainland
Third: Sunshine Hills Gary (6 pts) – Lower Mainland
Fourth: Guys and Balls (2 pts) – South Island
Fifth: White Rock (1 pt) – Lower Mainland

Men’s 4.0/4.5 Division 1

Winners: Stanley Park B52s (7 pts) – Lower Mainland
Runners Up: Okanagan Sun (5 pts) – Interior
Third: Beacon Hill Boys (5 pts) – South Island
Fourth: Stanley Park A535 (1 pt) – Lower Mainland

The sunshine poured down on us as 128 matches were played over three days at our five picturesque North Shore venues – North Shore Winter Club, Capilano Tennis Club, Murdo Frazer Public Courts, West Vancouver Tennis Club, and Hollyburn Country Club.

Off the courts, team members representing Salmon Arm, Kamloops, Kelowna, Vernon, Delta, Tsawwassen, Port Coquitlam, Vancouver, Sechelt, Gibsons, Victoria, Shawnigan Lake, and Nanaimo, enjoyed an abundance of delicious food prepared by Capilano Tennis Club volunteers. The barbeque was first class! Kudos to all who helped to make the evening a success. To finish the weekend, Miele provided complimentary tickets for the participating teams to attend the $200,000 Odlum Brown Van Open finals at Hollyburn Country Club. Plenty of cool drinks and ice cream were on hand to ward off the heat in the stands!

The standings for this year’s event are as follows:

Women’s 3.0/ 3.5 division:

Winners: Sunshine Girls, Sechelt, Captain Marian Shoemaker
Runner Up: Stanley Park, Vancouver, Captain Patsy Regan
Third: South Island, Victoria, Captain Penny Goldrick
Fourth: Racquet Scientists, Salmon Arm, Marianne VanBuskirk
Fifth: Sunshine Hills, Delta, Captain Joanne Gower

Men’s 3.0/3.5 division:

Winners: Shawnigan Lakers, South Island, Captain Robert Mari
Runner Up: Sunshine Hills, Delta, Captain Abraham Koomson
Third: The Reds, Tsawwassen, Captain Jonathan Pike
Fourth: Interior, Kamloops, Mike Ward

Women’s 4.0/ 4.5 division:

Winners: Vancouver Lawn Green Machines, Vancouver, Captain Laura Ramsay
Runner Up: Interior, Kelowna, Captain Rosie Schaich
Third: South Island, Victoria, Karen Taber
Fourth: Stanley Park, Vancouver, Captain Janney Jia
Fifth: North Island, Nanaimo, Captain Debbie Harit

Men’s 4.0/ 4.5 division:

Winners: Poco, Port Coquitlam, Captain, Markus Gaertner
Runner Up: Bubble Boys, Victoria, Captain Reuven Gordon
Third: Jericho, Vancouver, Captain Brad Brioux
Fourth: Interior Heat, Salmon Arm, Captain Kevin Pearson

Congratulations to all the teams and best wishes for the 2013 season!

Click here for Event Photos taken by Markus Gaertner.
Click here for Event Photos taken by Gerry Kripps.

The first annual Miele Provincial Team Tennis Championships brought players from around the province to compete at five North Shore venues – Hollyburn Country Club, Capilano Tennis Club, West Vancouver Tennis Club, North Shore Winter Club, and Murdo Frazer Public Courts. Participating teams included players from the Lower Mainland Spring Leagues, the South Island Tennis League, and from the Okanagan/Interior Regional Playoffs.

Twenty competitive team matches were played over the course of the summer weekend. The 2011 Miele Provincial Team Champions are:

Women’s 3.5 Division – People’s Courts – Coquitlam
Women’s 4.5 Division – Kelowna
Men’s 3.5 Division – New Westminster Tennis Club
Men’s 4.5 Division – Vancouver Tennis Association

With breathtaking scenery, a wide variety of tennis shots, excellent camaraderie, and delicious food – the weekend was a true hit with the players. Special thanks go to our supporting Member Clubs and their marvelous volunteers. Miele also provided tickets for all the players to attend the finals of the Odlum Brown Vancouver Open at Hollyburn Country Club, which provided a smashing finale to a great tennis experience.