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Summer Tournament, WAT Finals, Junior Summer Camp

BNP Paribas Summer Tournament

Our Caesarean Open And Junior Grade 3 Summer Tournament, sponsored by BNP Paribas, is only around the corner now, running from the 30th of July to the 4th of August. It is an LTA Tournament and gives all the tennis players in the island a great opportunity to experience such a tournament held under LTA Rules.

Entries are now being taken on the LTA website and the deadline is the 18th July. Please note that the finals will take place on the 4th August.

Junior Summer Camps

Our Junior Tennis Camps are back for the Summer Holidays! Kindly sponsored by BNP Paribas, these camps are a great way to get your kids to have fun, make new friends and stay active during the Summer! Suitable for all levels and for ages 5-11. Running for four weeks from 9am-12pm, 24th July-28th July and then from 7th-25th August. Open to both members (£35 a day) and non-members (£40 a day).

Please note there is no camp running from the 30th July-4th August due to an LTA Tournament being held at the club.

We Are Tennis Finals

Today the club has invited all the Year 3 students in the island to participate in a day of tennis, as part of the sponsorship given by BNP Paribas. It's been a wonderful day; the sun is out, and the kids are having so much fun! We hope this will encourage one or two youngsters to continue with tennis after they see how enjoyable it can be.

Our thanks to our sponsors BNP Paribas who, not only financially assist with this programme, but also provided a number of their staff to give us a helping hand on finals day. HUGE thanks to Adam and Scott for organising the programme and to all the coaches and parents who supported the day. Also thanks to some of our members who volunteered to make homemade cakes (they were delicious!) and to Karen Clark who was on hand to serve tea/coffee all morning.

New Courts

Please can we remind members to not go onto the new courts until they are ready. The current surface gets very hot in the summer which makes it soft, so it shouldn't be walked on to avoid any damage.


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