Indoor court a first for road tennis
ROAD TENNIS history was created in Barbados on Saturday night.
Another chapter on the island’s only indigenous sport was scripted when three finals were played on an inventive purpose-built court made from concrete wood, which was fitted in on the floor of the indoor gymnasium of the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex in Wildey.
And Minister of Sport Stephen Lashley, who has spearheaded Government’s thrust in the promotion of the game locally, regionally and internationally over the past six years, acclaimed proudly that it was the first ever such court in the world.
He also noted that the National Sports Council’s Inter-Parish Tournament had reached yet another important milestone.
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