Inverell Tennis Club hosted around 90 players for the Vineyard Joinery AMT and junior Bronze Tournament last weekend.
Eager competitors travelled from all over New South Wales and Queensland from ages 10 and under to opens.
Inverell was represented by Rowan and Ben Butler, Aaron Baker, Tom Murphy and Arthur Tight.
Rowan Butler was Inverell's best performed over the course of the tournament as he teamed up with Luke Powell to win the B Men's Doubles over Connor Hennessy and James Moller.
Brendon Moore won the AMT Men's Singles followed by runner up Brandon Stockwell. Moore and Stockwell also teamed up to win the AMT Men's Doubles over Allan and Charlie Pade.
Meagan Smith took out top spot in the AMT Women's Singles over Sarah Dennehy who was runner up. Winners of the open mixed doubles were Lucy Tunstead and Daniel Nash.
Taya Powell and Caspian Tuckwell put up a good effort and were close runners up. The club would like to congratulate all winners and runners up.
"Congratulations to all players, not only for the skills they displayed with their racquets on court, but also for their great sportsmanship during matches.
"Thanks to Eileen Gordon who did a superb job running the tournament seeing that all matches were on court on time and to Rick Lavers and his court monitoring made sure all matches ran smoothly.
"Also a big thank to all the ladies who helped in the kitchen and to the men who helped out on court. Without their help, these tournaments would not run as smoothly as they do," a club spokesperson said.
The club also thanked Geoff and Rowan for sponsoring the tournament.