If you thought grass courts 1-6 were playing well, cialis
wait until you play on the three courts in the cage! Officially opened on Thursday in time for ladies match practice in the evening, no rx
the coaches and first team players who tried them out in the afternoon described them as excellent. Then in the evening 2 ladies doubles matches were played against Milford and the players were full of praise.
In the Autumn our groundsman Daniel Tomberry re-seeded the courts with rye grass and spread four tonnes of clay based top dressing over the surface, before drag netting in, to improve levelling and bounce. Now we can all reap the benefits!
Thanks to everyone who played in the American Tournament this afternoon, we had a full house of 24 players on the six grass courts. Conditions were challenging with a blustery wind but it was good fun!
There were lots of good rallies and close points, but congratulations go to our winners and runners up:
Winner: Liz Nation
Runners-up: Kate Tunks, Sue Eales & Dagmar James
Winner: Connor Travers
Runner-up: Paul Sepping
Missed out this time? We’re planning another one for the August Bank Holiday… see you there!
Check out our Max Tennis School Summer term coaching programmes for both adults and juniors – if you’re keen on tennis then there’s a session for you, whatever your age!
Adult coaching programme
Our group tennis coaching sessions are a great way to improve your game whatever your current level and integrate yourself into club play if you are new to the area/club. The sessions are open to members and non-members alike.
Junior coaching programme
We offer a range of tennis lessons including Parent & Toddler, Mini Tennis
Red, Orange & Green, and Junior Tennis Academies.
A date for your diary… this year’s Wimbledon ballot will take place at 7pm on Monday 2nd May in the clubhouse.
Don’t forget the sign-up sheets are in the club verandah and the closing date is 29th April. To be eligible for the club ballot you need to have renewed your club membership first, and be a British Tennis Member who’s opted into the Wimbledon ballot and linked your membership to EDLTCC as your playing venue.
Any questions please contact the Ballot Administrator, Mark Hamann
Entries are now open for the next round of Poole Tennis League, a singles league for players of all abilities that’s supported by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). East Dorset Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club is a venue for these matches, so if you enter the league you’ll be able to play your matches with home advantage!
Poole Tennis League – Round 4
Please note there is no fee for the visiting player if you play your match at the club , however if two non-members play each other than they are required to pay one Green Fee of £5 between them. We’ll be putting up notices to this effect by the astro courts before Round 4 starts.
Still not sure if Local Tennis Leagues are for you? Perhaps Greg Rusedski can persuade you! vimeo.com/156566406
And finally, don’t forget you can also enter the Singles Box League at the club for competitive singles matches against other club members. Please contact Peter on 07549 613 860 if you’d like to enter the next round.
Entries are now open for the Club Championships and Wimbledon ballot, and the sign-up sheets are on noticeboards in the club verandah.
Please note that only British Tennis Members who have opted into the Wimbledon Ballot can sign up for Wimbledon tickets. Please read the instructions on the entry sheets and put your name against any dates you’re interested in.
There are entry sheets for each event (Men’s & Ladies singles; Men’s, Ladies and Mixed doubles; Seniors etc). The entry fee is £5 per person and should be paid promptly.
Please ensure you have renewed your club membership before putting your name down for either of the above.
Thanks to everyone who took part in today’s Sport Relief Tournament, it was a great afternoon with lots of competitive tennis!
Well done to our winners and runners up, and thank you all for your support – between us we’ve smashed our fundraising target of £500 and reached over £900.
And a big thank you to Claire, Jack and Peter for organising it – let’s hope it’s the first of many!
Join us for an Easter special at Club Night this evening from 6-8pm, with an American Doubles Tournament followed by mini Easter eggs (and drinks) in the bar!
Coaches Emma and Peter will organise the tournament, which follows a fun mixed doubles format. There’ll be Easter egg prizes for the winners too.
Everyone’s welcome, but please try to arrive for 6pm and stay til the end so that the tournament can run smoothly.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Don’t forget to sign up as a British Tennis Member if you haven’t already… it’s easy to sign up on the LTA website and the benefits include entry into the Wimbledon ballot and a monthly newsletter. Also, the more members who sign up, the more Wimbledon tickets will be allocated to the club.
Visit the LTA website and click on Sign up today
, then select Club Membership – Free – For All Ages
and click on Join Today
to sign up.
Once you’ve entered all your details you’ll be able to link your membership to East Dorset Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and opt into the Wimbledon ballot.
Monday and Wednesday evening club sessions have become very well attended and it is great to see club members enjoying the sessions. To help things run smoothly, malady
please be aware of the following points:
- Club evening sessions have priority on ALL courts except when there is a match or coaching.
- Members are reminded that court etiquette should be followed, i.e. players should pass balls back to the server and should not walk behind the courts when play is in progress.
- Players are expected to provide their own balls unless a coach decides otherwise.
- Tokens are provided for these sessions from 6pm. Coaches will be given these for Monday and Wednesday. A committee member is responsible for providing them on a Saturday.
- Unfortunately, there will be some matches on a Wednesday. These were arranged at a time when this club evening was poorly attended! We cannot change these but when the summer fixtures are arranged, we will avoid using Wednesdays. Emma will be informed as to when these matches are.