Search

Lights, action! Get involved with tennis at Temple Fortune

15:55 09 April 2014

Temple Fortune Tennis Club held a night of competitions and games to celebrate the resurfacing of their hard courts and the installation of new floodlights on one of those courts

Temple Fortune Tennis Club held a night of competitions and games to celebrate the resurfacing of their hard courts and the installation of new floodlights on one of those courts

Archant

Temple Fortune Club hosted a night of competitions and games to celebrate the resurfacing of their hard courts and the installation of new floodlights on one of those courts last Wednesday.

The Bridge Lane club have 120 youngsters in their junior programme and over 100 ladies who play during the week, while men’s team practice sessions are held every Tuesday.

Temple Fortune will be running an Easter camp for children up to the age of 14 from now until April 17, and they will hold an open day in conjunction with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) on May 18 to promote tennis in the community.

Anyone interested in any of these sessions or events should contact head coach Alex Kolesnikow by calling 07746516494, or visit www.templefortuneclub.co.uk.

0 comments

Latest Sport Stories

Yesterday, 17:30
Kirk Drummond took four wickets for South Hampstead. Pic: Max Flego

South Hampstead continued their winning start to the season with a commanding seven-wicket victory away against North London, who remain winless with just one point on the board in Division Three of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Yesterday, 16:45
Highgate's Craig Gourlay (left) took 5-23 and then hit an unbeaten 42. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Craig Gourlay’s all-round display maintained Highgate’s maximum record this season as they beat Harrow Town by four wickets to stay top of the Division Three table in the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Yesterday, 16:15
Hornsey's Chetan Patel was frustrated by Brentham's negative tactics. Pic: Max Flego

Sean Solia equalled the highest score by a Hornsey batsman in league history – but his side were left frustrated as Brentham ground out a draw in Division Two of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Yesterday, 15:38
Brondesbury captain Adam Wilson, who took 5-60, was pleased with his side's performance in the field but says the batting must improve. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Brondesbury captain Adam Wilson was frustrated by two crucial umpiring decisions as Eastcote gained a controversial winning draw off the final ball of Saturday’s Division Two match in the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Most read sport

Property Newsletter Sign-up

The latest North London property news and features straight into your inbox.

Other Emails:
Fields marked with a * are mandatory
Email Marketing by e-shot

Competitions

The sell out 2014 event 32 Londoners, returns to the Coca-Cola London Eye!

The Coca-Cola London Eye is proud to announce that 32 Londoners will be returning this June, following last year’s sell out event. The event will feature 32 talks, in each of the London Eye’s 32 capsules on 32 extraordinary Londoners.

You could take in stunning views of London over brunch at the Sky Garden

Celebrate lighter, brighter days with the chance of winning an indulgent brunch for two with a bottle of bubbles at Darwin, the cool and casual brasserie 36 floors up at Sky Garden.

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Hampstead & Highgate Express e-edition today E-edition
Family Notices 24


Our trusted business finder