Game, set and match as Ely Tennis Club open day is success
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An open weekend at Ely Tennis Club pulled in the crowds.
Held at the Leisure Village, the club offers junior and adults coaching courses, enabling players to develop their game as well as have fun.
The event on Saturday afternoon (May 12) attracted plenty of interest from young and old who could get a taste of what the club has to offer.
Ely Tennis Club was set up in 1989. They currently have more than 200 members which include 70 junior members.
They have a number of teams representing the club, playing teams around the county both home and away.
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They also organise a number of social events throughout the year.
They have three tennis courts with floodlights and offer courses for children and adults - beginners to squad players.
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Courts may be booked by non-members at a cost of £10 per hour.
Visit https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/elytennisclub for more information.