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Penny Peltier and Angela Knapp Take Tennis Title at Doubles Invitational

Left to Right: Penny Peltier and Angela Knapp

On Sunday, the Greater Amherstburg Tennis League (GATL) wrapped up its 3rd Annual Doubles Invitational. Over a two-week period, 26 teams competed for the Championship in both Men’s and Women’s divisions.¬† Sunday saw some great action and tightly contested matches. A small gathering of spectators and league players were on hand to witness the contests.

In the Women’s division, LaSalle’s Angela Knapp repeated as champion, this time teaming up with Penny Peltier of Kingsville.

The league continues to grow each year, with over 200 members playing throughout Essex County. The 2021 season runs from June 1st to August 29th, with playoffs beginning in September.¬† There are divisions for Men’s Singles and Doubles, Women’s Singles and Doubles, and Mixed Doubles.

The GATL would like to thank its sponsors for this event which included Miskus Chiropractic, Radovich Chiropractic, and Pizza Express in Harrow.

For more information on the league and the event, check out our website

Women’s Championship

Penny Peltier (Kingsville) & Angela Knapp (LaSalle) defeated Joanne Ferasol (LaSalle) & Natalie Renaud (Windsor).

Left to Right: Natalie Renaud and Joanne Ferasol

Women’s Consolation

Margaret Bondy (McGregor) & Erin Seagris (Amherstburg) defeated Elaine McGinty & Beth McKay (Tecumseh).

Left to Right: Shyam Kannan, Sung Hyun Yun, Bill Seagris and Jared Seagris 

Men’s Championship

Jared and Bill Seagris (Amherstburg) defeated Sung Hyun Yun (Windsor) & Shyam Kannan (LaSalle).

Left to Right: Robert Augustyn and Craig Lohnes

Men’s Consolation

Robert Augustyn & Craig Lohnes (LaSalle) defeated Josh Polsky & Mark Kupko (Windsor).

Left to Right: Mark Kupko and Josh Polsky

Group C Final

Exodus Calit & Scott Bulych (Tecumseh) defeated Richard Palmer (Windsor) & Richard Drouillard (Tecumseh).


Contact Information for GATL

Greater Amherstburg Tennis League


(226) 506 – 9938

Photos provided by Bill Seagris

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