Kim Holder continues to push through the 2018 St James Road Tennis Open championship, with victory over Julia Morris-Young in Haynesville.
Fifteen new players have entered this year's Touch of Class women's road tennis championship.
The draw for the fifth edition was made at the launch recently for the competition which started Sunday, and the prizes will not be trophies this year, as the winners will be receiving gold necklaces with a gold racket pendant.
There were some exciting games as the St James open road tennis championships continued on the Haynesville hard courts.
Playing in the round of 32, big names such as number two seed Mark "Venom" Griffith and number seven seed Emar Edwards advancing.