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Challenge To All Our Competitors

Just a light hearted challenge to any other tennis court painters and cleaners out there. I currently reckon that Gareth and Tane are unbeatable in terms of quality of work and speed. if any body fancies a ‘paint off’ please just drop me a line.

Perhaps the winner wins a couple of pots of paint.

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