In 1927, there were 46 entries in the week long tournament, which took place on the newly laid courts on Fenton Street.
The results were a win for Misses K Pullen and J Burke in the ladies doubles, Miss W Ward and A H Lawrence in the mixed doubles and G W Murray and A H Rowe in the men’s doubles.
At the end of the tournament, a fancy dress ball was held in aid of the club and one of the prizes for a novelty dance was a free trip to Launceston and back in Sullivan’s Motor Service. The winner was Irene Doyle of Ulverstone (photos by J H Sherwood).
The entire tournament was regarded as one of the most successful conducted by the club in years.
Ladies Doubles Final with Misses Burke, Pullen, Pemberton and Bowden with W Robinson as umpire
Men Doubles Final with G W Murray, H A Rowe, C Boyes and E Woolley
Mixed Doubles Final with H A Rowe, Miss Pullen, Miss Ward and W Lawrence