There will be a Quiz Night on Saturday 20th November 2010, starting at 7:30pm. Teams of between 4 & 6 are invited to take part – friends & family all welcome. Cost is
The Richard Burns Plate Competition will be held on Sunday 10th Ocotber 2010, commencing at 12:45pm. The competition is open to all Adult & Intermediate members, invited to play at all sessions, except for the finalists of the Club Championships. This is a mixed doubles competition, and partners will be drawn on the day. In the event of there being unequal numbers of men and women, some may have to change gender temporarily! If possible, please let Chris know you will be coming before the day on 01295 710597, feel free to turn up on the day, but please note that NO ONE WILL BE ADDED TO THE LIST AFTER 12:45PM. There is no entry fee, but there will be a raffle. Please bring as plate of food to share for tea.
Finals Day is this Sunday, 5th September 2010 with play commencing at 10am. First up are the Singles Finals:
Fiona Huston v. Beth Shand
Emerson Sekban v. Steve Robinson Followed at approximately 12 noon by:
Dom Thomas & Carolyn Richardson v. TBC
Alex Richardson & James Richardson v. Andy Fermor & Dave Nelson Followed at approximately 2pm by:
Mixed Doubles (chosen partners)
Dom Thomas & Emerson Sekban v. Beth Shand & Peter Cowley Presentation of trophies will be at appoximately 3:30 to 4pm. Due to unforseen circumstances, the Mixed Doubles (drawn partners) final will now be played on Sunday 12th September at 4pm. PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT THESE EVENTS Please bring a plate of food to share & your tennis kit, as normal play will commence after the finals, time permitting.
The Tennis Club will be represented at Saturday’s Nothing Ever Happens in Brackley event at the Town Hall. Here’s an update from the Brackley Online Post Plans are well advanced for Saturday’s exhibition at the Town Hall and on the Piazza. We will have in excess of 40 clubs and organisations represented which will lay to rest forever the claim that ‘nothing happens in Brackley!’ Every possible age is catered for from the very young (play groups and schools) through to teenagers (sports and skateboarding) to help for the elderly. Ignoring the ageist slant, there will be live music for all tastes, the Angling Club will be demonstrating their coaching for youngsters, you can learn to play Bridge or Knit or get involved with Nature. The website has a full list of which clubs will be represented and what time demonstrations will be on (there are 2 programmes running, both in the Town Hall and on the Piazza) so if you have a particular interest make a note of when to come.