In Brief: Sports on the Saanich Peninsula

Tennis event headlines activities this week at Panorama Recreation Centre.

ITF Women’s Tennis Event

• Panorama Recreation hosts this week the Freedom 55 Financial $10,000 ITF women’s tennis event. Every day starting at 10 a.m., main draw action takes place in the centre’s tennis facility. Admission to the tournament is free.

Local players Kelsey Anonsen and Khristina Blajkevitch have qualified for the tournament among 20 in total who have earned direct entry. Another 55 registered for last weekend’s qualifying event.

Semifinals are slated for Saturday, June 21 and the finals on Sunday, June 22.


Flying Club sets new high

• Ramona Reynolds has become the Victoria Flying Club’s first female president. Reynolds, a recreational pilot and CEO of her own company, was named to the role earlier in June and is also the president of the new Vancouver Island chapter of Women in Aviation International.


Pelton wins Spring Cup

• Jan Pelton won the Spring Cup Trophy at the Ardmore Golf Club’s annual Spring Trophy and Spring Cup tournament, ladies division.

The runner up was Cathy Keats.

The winner of the Spring Cup was Madeline Teo, with runner up Diana Wishlaw.

The winner of the Winter Round Robin competition was Cathy Keats.

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