Morgan Cross and Aditi Chezhian played their part as Wales won the Home Nations Championships for the first time in three years.

Mold ace Cross, who featured at this year's Junior Wimbledon Championships, was part of the Under-18s that won their age group, while Wrexham's Chezhian, who plays for Ellesmere College, helped the U-14s finish as runners-up.

With the U-12s also clinching a second placed finish, Wales became overall champions in Belfast last weekend, for the first time since 2015.

Team Wales manager, Chris Lewis said: “Team Wales went to Belfast highly motivated and well prepared with a number of players in the team who have represented Great Britain this year or who have won international and national titles.

"The players competed with passion and with a lot of quality and thoroughly deserved their victory.

"Ireland is a tough place to go and win and to do so was a fantastic achievement for all involved."

Interim Tennis Wales chief executive officer, Simon Johnson, added: “This is a great achievement for all the Welsh players who have competed internationally and beaten some superb national sides.

"We’re hugely grateful to Sport Wales for their continued support and investment into tennis and we’re currently working with both Sport Wales and our partners at the LTA to invest in new county, regional & national training programmes to support more Welsh talent to succeed.”