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South City News: Tennis players to aid children; BILLESLEY.

TENNIS players will be serving up cash for disadvantaged kids in a tournament next month.

The Save the Children Billesley Tennis Centre Tournament is free to enter, but players must raise at least pounds 10 in sponsorship or donations.

Boys and girls aged up to 13 can compete in doubles teams, along with adult doubles squad, at Billesley Tennis Centre on August 12. Winners of the youngsters' competitions will compete in the regional finals of the national contest at Tipton in September.

Competitors in the mixed doubles must be 16 or over.

To enter, call 0121 464 0891 or email neil.supperstone@ birmingham.gov.uk

Application forms are also available at the reception desk at the Tennis Centre. More information is available at www.savethechildren.org.uk/tennis.

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