TENNIS STARS of the future from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Aberdeen and the host university descended on St. Andrews for the re-launched Scottish Student Sport Individual Tennis Championships last week.

It was to be a postive performance from the Stirling University representatives as two fo their students reached the final of the Mens Singles tournament.

Bruno Argudo and Katie Tinkler prevailed after some excellent tennis over the three days of competition.

In the all-Stirling singles final Argudo defeated top seed Scott Duncan 6-3, 6-3 in straight sets to record a memorable win over his fellow Stirling University student.

Meanwhile Edinburgh University student Katie was also victorious in straight sets against Shona Graham (Glasgow).

The Men's doubles title went to Cammy Alexander and David Birrell who edged it over fellow Glasgow pair Euan Colley and Ruaridh Watson 4-6, 6-1, 10-5.

Katie Tinkler meanwhile was a double winner, lifting the Women's title, partnered by Aisha Kerr in a 6-2, 6-2 success over Arden Reynolds and Lucie Tvrznikova (St. Andrews).

Organiser Mike Aitken commented: "It was a tremendous event and I hope it will re-establish itself as a major part of the Scottish tennis calendar for students for many years."