Players from Cardiff, Swansea, and Newport were among the winners at the annual South Wales Junior Tennis Championships.
The busy annual tournament saw more than 220 matches played in four days, most at Cardiff Met Tennis Academy, with the 8U and 9U events hosted by David Lloyd Cardiff.
Dedicated and hard-working volunteers, coaches, and players across Wales will be celebrated at the annual Tennis Wales awards.
Fast-growing South Wales law firm, our client CJCH Solicitors, has opened a new Cardiff head office.
The move to Williams House, Columbus Walk, in Tindall Street provides more modern and spacious accommodation for staff, and a more central location.
Wales held off the challenge of Scotland and Ireland to take the honours in the 2015 Home Nations Tennis Championship in Glasgow.
The competition, played across 18U, 14U, and 12U age groups, between Scotland, Ireland and Wales, went to the final round of matches to determine the winner.
A South Wales law firm has secured a major contract from a multinational software company, to support its strategy on protecting its Intellectual Property and lead its fight against international piracy of its products.
Our client, CJCH Solicitors has a contract with Dassault Systèmes to combat the unlawful use of its design software across countries in Europe and the Middle East.
Weltch Media-backed racing driver Ben Power secured third place in the National Legends Car championship, with two race wins in the season finale at Brands Hatch.
Ben, aged 25, has been a contender for the hotly-contested televised series with world champion John Mickel, and James Holman, throughout the season, but had to settle for third place.