We managed to do it! We surprised Dawn with a party of 80 club members and friends at Rufford Golf Club. Even Dawn was gobsmacked! She was presented with an engraved vase and vouchers and thanked for all the many years of service she has given to the club. You will still see Dawn around […]
Congratulations to both our Orange and Green Mini Tennis teams who qualified for the county finals which were held at the Nottingham Tennis Centre on Sat 25th March.
Many congratulations to our first Men’s team who came second in div 4 having lost just one match, so will appear in Div 3 next Winter. Pictured left to right are Keith Stenhouse, George Strawson. Jonathan Saxelby, Steve Mower (capt) and Bob Maskill. Other players in the squad included Tim Joyce, Charlie Hunter, Sam Pearce, […]
Our second Men’s team have come top of their division of the Winter Notts LTA League by winning all their six matches. This follows on from their unbeaten success in the Summer league for which they were presented with the League Trophy at the Notts LTA Awards night last month. The team are pictured here after […]
Congratulations to our two worthy Award winners at the Notts LTA Awards Night last Friday!Bob Maskill, our Chairman, deservedly won the Volunteer of the Year Award in recognition of all the hard work and time he devotes to the club. He is always on hand to put things right around the club site and generally […]
28 ladies took part in the Ladies Christmas Tournament and raised over £520 for club funds at the same time as playing lots of competitive tennis followed by a lovely lunch. The winners this year were (from left to right) Caroline Brown; Pamela Senior; Liz Lee; Maggie Severn; Katie Botham and Caroline Millington.
Just some of the regulars from The Plough at Caunton who took part in the recent fun Cardio and Touch Tennis event at Caunton Tennis Club to raise £180 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Regular Cardio sessions are available on Tuesdays 6:30pm – 7:30pm and on Fridays from 12pm – 1pm Touch Tennis is on Wednesdays […]
See pics of Oliver Poole’s experience at Wimbledon as his reward for coming runner up at the Road To Wimbledon County Finals. Oli had a 2 hour of intense training with Tim Henman and watched the Regional final as well as enjoying a tour and a visit the museum. Quite a trip!