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Holiday Clinics are a great opportunity for your kids to spend 2 full days working on their tennis skills. We generally offer structured coaching and shot correction throughout the morning sessions, followed by doubles match play practice after lunch. We cater for a wide range of ages (4-16), splitting them into groups of players with similar ages & abilities. There will be a sausage sizzle lunch included on Day 2 and presentation from 2:15pm. This clinic will consist of:
  • Stroke Production
  • Games and Drills
  • Match-play
  • Prizes & Giveaways
  • Sausage Sizzle Lunch (Day 2)
Cost: $90 for 2 days or $50/day.
Longer day (8am – 4pm) or Half Day options may also be available upon request.
Come down to:
  • CAMDEN on 28th – 29th September, 2020.
  • PICTON on 30th Sept. – 1st October, 2020.
We cater for ages 4+ and no experience or tennis equipment is necessary…
Kids need to bring hats, sunscreen, drink bottle, lunch on Day 1 and morning/afternoon snacks…
To register for these camps, CLICK HERE.
Hope to see you guys there!!!

Term 3 is Here!

Term 3 2020 Enrollments are now open, lessons, comps and squads are all continuing on. Email or call 0414251408 to book a spot in for a lesson or squad, or the next available comp!

For more information on lessons and squads, click here.

For more information on competitions, click here.

Hope to see you down at the courts!!!

COVID-19 Community Tennis Guidelines Update

Understanding everyone’s concerns in the current situation with COVID-19, we are currently recommencing our “normal” competitions and coaching programs in accordance with the Tennis Australia & State Health guidelines. The situation locally is extremely fluid at the moment and we are committed to bring our members and patrons the opportunity to continuie with their weekly tennis fix whilst keeping them safe from any possible exposure to the virus. To this end we will be asking anyone entering our centre to be temperature checked and to sign a register confirming that they haven’t been to any of the publisized hotspot areas listed on the NSW Health website.