News & Events 15th March 2018

Well there’s a real sense of excitement and anticipation in the lead up to the Gold Cup race in Cheltenham tomorrow and the rugby match of rugby matches on Saturday in Twickenham.

Our participation in the Winter League came to a halt last weekend with our Ladies 1st team and Men’s’ 6th team losing out in 2 tight matches, very tough luck, you sure gave it your all! All round both the seven Ladies teams and six Men’s teams had a great campaign, well done Niall & Denise for strong selections and an excellent choice of Captains for each team!

The Blue & Gold is well underway with positive results all round, well done Frank & Lar! Brendan Egan and his Easter Cup team are battling away every Saturday morning, they’ve a home match next Saturday @ 11am ( 3 courts required )   Best of luck Guys!

CLUB NIGHT: Club Night tonight will be hosted by Ray, many thanks Ray. The sheet for signing up to host is very empty looking, please rectify tonight!

The Ladies Morning Charity league continues with mixed results, plenty more matches to go! There will be no matches over the Easter break, next match is scheduled for Monday/Tuesday 9th/10th April. Next Wednesday will be the last Ladies Morning before Easter – with Stephen doing coaching from 9am – 10am.

JUNIORS:  There will be no coaching over the Bank Holiday weekend, unless your coach has specifically made an arrangement with you. Term 2 Group coaching for Mondays is completed – with all other groups completing their sessions from next Tuesday. Term 3 commences on Monday 9th April. A few coaching fees are still outstanding…immediate payment would be appreciated!

EASTER CAMP:  Full details of Stephen’s Easter Camp (26th – 29th March, 3rd – 6th April) and signup sheet are on the Notice Board. If you can’t make it down to the club, email Judy the details and she’ll sign up for you.

On Friday 13th April there will be a Junior Tournament from 4 – 6pm in aid of Cancer research. Further details to follow.


At the Executive meeting last Monday it was agreed to a full lamp replacement for the floodlights. The lamps (all 78 of them) have been ordered by our electrical contractor and work should be completed within the month.

Johnny O’Shea was nominated to the Leinster Council of Tennis Ireland and was duly elected at their AGM last Thursday. Congrats Johnny, it’ll be great for the club to have a representative on the Council.