Both squash courts will be out of action next week Mon 29th July – Thu 1st Aug due to much needed repair job. Apologies for inconvenience but hopefully you’ll enjoy courts being as good new again the following week!
Entries are invited and encouraged, for the 2019 tennis tournament, in the following categories:-
- · Gents Open Singles
- · Ladies Open Singles
- · Gents Open Doubles
- · Ladies Open Doubles
- · Gents Handicap Singles
- · Ladies Handicap Singles
- · Handicap Mixed Doubles
- · Veterans Mixed Doubles
Entries are to be submitted by Wednesday 31 July.
Finals day will be Saturday 07 September
This year’s tournament referee is Iain Mackay. Please submit your entries to him at:. firstname.lastname@example.org
Provide your name, events to be entered, and contact details (phone and email)
If you prefer, you may add your name to the poster in the clubhouse.
|1||Finals day is Saturday 07 September 2019, from noon. An exact schedule of ties will be agreed nearer the time.|
|2||All entrants must be playing tennis members of the club;|
|3||Ties can be arranged by either party but ultimately arrangement of each tie is the responsibility of the person who won the round before in the draw or the first person named in a tie – the Challenger;|
|4||The Challenger must offer at least two dates;|
|5||If the Challenger offers three dates and none are suitable, the Challenger may seek to claim the tie (although you should all make efforts to find a mutually convenient time). Please refer such situations to the tournament referee;|
|6||It is the responsibility of the Challenger to book the court for the tie. Competition ties take precedence for court time during the tournament period;|
|7||Competitors are reminded that they must scratch before reaching the final if they cannot play on finals day;|
|8||Ties should be commenced and completed promptly, within the timescale set out in the draw. Any need to extend beyond the last date for any round should be referred to the tournament referee;|
|9||Open ties are best of three sets; the first two sets are tie-break sets; the third set, if required, is a long set;|
|10||Handicap ties are the best of three long sets;|
|11||Entrants for the Veterans tournament must have a combined age of 100. There are no other barriers to entry based on age.|
|12||It is hoped that good sportsmanship and common sense will prevail! However if there are any difficulties please feel free to contact the referee. In all cases of dispute, the referee’s decision is final;|
|Tournament Referee: Iain Mackay email@example.com|
OPEN DAY – Sunday 30th June
(2pm – 4pm)
Try our courts and meet the members
Club night will restart on Friday 12th April 2019 from 6:20pm, initially, for a trial period of 12 weeks.
For more information and to join the WhatsApp group contact Tom Costelloe via the contacts page.
Click here to visit the Photo Archive page.
Hi all, the Club Championship’s finals day is nearly upon us (see the poster link below). Men’s A and B Championships are now at the semi-final stage.
In the Women’s final Laura Gomez Cuadrado and Fiona Laing will battle for the trophy. If you would like to be in the draw for the handicap tournament let me know via e-mail or sign up under the poster on the notice board in the clubhouse, by Wednesday 27th March. Games will be fast paced 10 minute timed games and every player will have at least 3 games. As on the poster, all friends and family are welcome to join for a fun day of squash, food and banter. More details will be sent to all players in advance of the tournament day.
Squash Finals Poster pdf:
The squash championship finals and timed handicap tournament are on Saturday March 30th from 11-5pm
NB: There is now a ‘Warm up corner’ in the club house for tennis and squash players, with equipment (exercise bike, cross trainer, exercise step) kindly donated by members
AGM, to be held from 6:45pm on 7th March 2019 in the clubhouse. All members welcome.