Published: 13:08, 15 August 2018
| Updated: 13:13, 15 August 2018
Toby Churchill kept his crown as men's singles champion and Natasha Greenham is the new women's champ.
These were the top results from the Walmer Open week, the unofficial tennis tournament of east Kent.
The competition, at the Walmer Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Archery Square, has been held since 1903.
Contestants this year had to cope with a searing heatwave but a total 138 players took part, with 240 games played over a week.
Churchill, a local man, became men's champion after a tight match against Charlie Croxford from north London.
Greenham won in the ladies' singles against Becky Cooper of Canterbury.
Remaining winners were: Men's doubles, Tom Pullen and Nick Wibberley. Ladies' doubles, Sally Holmes and Sue Boffey. Mixed doubles, Joe and Becky Cooper.
Over-40s men's singles, Peter Stewart. Over-55s men's singles, Brian Moleshead. Mixed doubles, John Cresswell and Janet Norton.
Ovcr-55s ladies' doubles, Mary Cannon and Myra Hunter. Over-55s men's doubles, Laurence Harding and Brian Moleshead.
Over-45s mixed doubles, Nigel and Mary Cannon. Over-65s men's doubles, Bob Whitehead and Keith Clark. Over-75s men's doubles, John Cresswell and George Buckmaster.