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Joshua Howard-Tripp wins Curro Junior ITF Title

Joshua Howard-Tripp wins Curro Junior ITF Title

After representing the South African Team at the Compass IC Junior Challenge Worldwide Finals at the beautiful Monte Carlo Country Club, Joshua Howard-Tripp has built on these experiences gained to win the Grade 4 Junior ITF Title in Cape Town. 
 
Since the Compass ICJC Worldwide Finals, Joshua has had a successful two weeks at his home ITFs. In week one, he won the singles title and was doubles runners-up with Zimbabwean partner Mehluli Sibanda. In week two, which was a higher Grade 3 tournament, he was singles runner-up and doubles semi-finalist.  
 
We send him our congratulations for such a successful two weeks! 
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First Wimbledon Title for the IC Junior Challenge

It is very pleasing to note that several competitors at Wimbledon Championships’  junior events during the last two years have played in previous Compass IC Junior Challenges.
Abe Segal Abe Segal

Abe Segal

Members will be saddened to learn of the death of the legendary S African, Abe Segal, aged 85.
Rod Laver AC wins Sportsmanship Award Rod Laver AC wins Sportsmanship Award

Rod Laver AC wins Sportsmanship Award

"It's a great honour to receive this award from the International Club" said Rod, "just listening to the introductions of those people here today, it is like a homecoming for me. I know so many of you."
The Compass Group - One of our key sponsors The Compass Group - One of our key sponsors

The Compass Group - One of our key sponsors

Started in 1941 when they established factory canteens to feed British workers supporting the war effort, The Compass Group has grown today into a £18bn multi-national group with 516,000 employees.
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