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8 Jul 2018 13:30 Ashbourne Tennis Club – Tennis Festival Summertime Slam – Sunday, 8th July

 
The Clubs Summertime Slam held on Sunday was played in glorious sunshine.
In total 32 members participated, each playing 5 sets of tennis to the tunes of DJ Richard Taverner.
 
The winners were:-
Ladies - Ursula Kaul, Sally Longley, Lucy Kanan, Flora Kanan
Men - Matt Taverner, Rob Kaul(Thomas Kaul), Adrian Daniel, Ollie Daniel - but it was a close call by one game.
 
Kids played football, swing ball and French Boules. Tots were on their bikes and scooters.
 
Spectators enjoyed the shade with picnics and 'prosecco'. As well as lots of water.
 
Karen Allan won the Free Prize Draw for a pair of Wimbledon Tickets for Sat 14th July No.1 Court.

Put the date in your diary for next year - Sunday 7th July - right smack in the middle of Wimbledon.

 

 

Venue
Peak Gateway Leisure Park

27 May 2018 Half Term Coaching

There is no coaching this week due to the half term break

19 May 2018 14:00 U12 Boys v. Duffield

In a 4 hour epic contest Ashbourne best Duffield in Div 1 of the Derbyshire U12 boys Team Tennis League.

The team consisted of Noah Humphreys, Charlie Palfree, Aaron Joyce and Thomas Kaul who won 4 of the 6 rubbers, winning both doubles and with Noah and Aaron winning their singles.

All matches were really close - most going to 3 sets, or in Aaron's case 7-6,7-6!
 
Sue Joyce, the Ashbourne Captain, was delighted that the match was played in a really good spirit on a very warm, sunny afternoon 
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Venue
Peak Gateway

16 May 2018 Grant from Derbyshire County Council

Ashbourne Tennis Club has been awarded a grant of £300 by Derbyshire County Council to encourage more participation in tennis.

13 May 2018 14:00 16:00 Great British Tennis Weekend

Ashbourne Tennis Club held it's Spring Open Day on the afternoon of Sunday 13th May in glorious sunshine. It was part of a national event in conjunction with the LTA and was enjoyed by many children who also brought their parents along to have a go.

Victoria Brunton-Reed, the club's organiser, thanked all the volunteers and coaches for their gargantuan efforts. 

We expect a large influx of new juniors next Saturday morning.

It was also the first attempt at the club's new sport, French Boules, supervised by our resident professional, Greg Brookes-Clayton.

 

Venue
Peak Gateway

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