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Queensland Champion 1893

Judith Anne Marshall 'Judy' TEGART (VIC)
Born 12 December 1937
Married Dr David E DALTON on 18 November 1969

"Slightly above middle-height and strong in figure, she played in a get-up-and-go manner. An Australian stylist, she used her strong wrist freely, and in a woman that looked adventurous and often exhilarating if she were trailing against a world star and refused to be cowed in the least. She was a great favourite at Wimbledon".

Link: Judy Tegart Dalton


Link: http://betting.*******.com/tennis/wi...-j-270608.html

Married Eric HEHER in 1935

Yutha Maud Mary THIEMAYER (VIC)
Born 1918 - St Kilda
Married Allen Stuart HALLIDAY 2 March 1940

Marjorie Evelyn THITCHENER (NSW)
Born 1889
Married Alfred FOSTER 19 September 1922
Died 1973

Born 1882

Born 1888
Married Eric COWLISHAW 1915

HM (Helen?) 'Nell' THYNE (TAS)

Judith 'Judy' TISSOT (VIC)
Married Edward FITZGERALD

Tissot was a versatile racquet sports champion. She was a Melbourne badminton star and won the 1952 Australian squash title; her first of four national
championships, as well as representing her state in tennis. She travelled to Europe in 1953, with her friend Kay Neville Smith, hoping to see the coronation. While in Englend, both competed in tennis tournaments while Judy made the SF of the British Squash Championships.

After marriage in 1957, Judy had six children and devoted herself to coaching. Her daughter Sarah Fitzgerald, who won five World Open championships in the 1990s and is considered one of the greatest squash players of all time.


Amanda TOBIN (NSW)
Born 8 June 1960 - Bathurst, NSW
Married (Peter?) DINGWALL

Married George MARTIN on 28 Feb 1950

Agnes I TOSH (NSW)
Born 1909
Married Leslie N TURNER 1935

Mother of Grand Slam champion Lesley Turner (Bowrey).

Octogenarian Agnes Turner likes a challenge - she has run the Sydney City to Surf for the
past nine years and is currently competing against women almost 20 years
her junior in the Australasian Veterans tennis championship being held at nine
clubs throughout Melbourne.

Mrs Turner, 82, has been competing in the veterans' championship for the past 11 years
and as a 71-year-old, won the 65 and over age group.

In 1934, Mrs Turner, the mother of former French and Australian Open
champion Lesley Bowrey, won the NSW Hardcourt Championships.

"Lesley has come along a few times to watch me, but no, she doesn't give
me any tips. I'm a bit past that," said Mrs Turner in between matches
yesterday at the Hawthorn Recreation Club.

Mrs Turner said she first took on the City to Surf challenge when
pressed by two grandsons to run with them.

"I keep getting trophies for the oldest woman in the race," she said.
Her best time for the event is 117 minutes - last year she covered the
14km is 119 minutes.
- Canberra Times - 9 January 1992

Born 18 December 1943
Married James L MOORE 1960s


Nellie (Ellen?) TREWHELLA (WA)

Western Australian Champion 1939

Born 26 November 1952 - Brisbane, QLD

Nicknamed "Rabbit" as she was blessed with good speed on court and retrieved many balls.


Lesley Rosemary TURNER (NSW)
Born 16 August 1942
Married William Walter 'Bill' BOWREY 23 February 1968

In addition to her two Grand Slam singles victories at the French Open, Lesley won seven Grand Slam doubles titles, including the 'career slam' as well as Australian (2) and Wimbledon (2) mixed doubles championships.

Overshadowed somewhat by the great Margaret Court, the only important Australian singles titles Turner did not win during her career were the Australian and NSW Championships.

Australian Final 1964, 1967
French Champion 1963, 1965, Final 1962, 1967
Wimbledon SF 1964
US SF 1967

Australian HC Champion 1960, 1962, 1965, 1967
Victorian Champion 1960
South Australian Champion 1967
Queensland Champion 1966
Western Australian Champion 1964
Tasmanian Champion 1960, 1963
NSW HC Champion 1960, 1961, 1965

"A model stylist. Her service was accurate, her volleying neat, her forehand a strong and orthodox Eastern, and her backhand sounder still. Fair-haired and blue-eyed, slender and light on her feet, she did not lack crowd support when she encountered any stronger looking opponent. Turner's well produced driving and her fighting qualities were both surprisingly strong."

Link: Lesley Turner

Jillian 'Jill' TUCKFIELD (VIC/SA)
Born circa 1928
Married Flt-Lt Ian Russell OLORENSHAW - 9 July 1949

1947 Australian Junior Champion

Molly (or Mollie) TURNER (TAS)

Tasmanian Champion 1941, 1946

Noelene TURNER (NSW)
Sister of Lesley Turner

Flossie Ada 'Tots' TWELFTREE (SA)
Born 26 Oct 1889
Married E N SEARY
Died 1925

Born 1929
Married Tod RICHARDSON in 1951

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