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Cavehill Tennis Club

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Cavehill Tennis Club was formed shortly after Cavehill Bowling Club was established in 1912. The North Belfast situated sports club is very friendly and embraces all levels of ability in tennis. The club offers a range of activities for all ages. From regular social session to coaching as well as competitive playing opportunities.

 

Social Play

Adult members meet twice a week for social play. These informal session allow you to play some tennis and meet other members. Cavehill places a strong focus on younger members of the club, with active program of session and events.

 

Coaching

Two highly qualified coaches work at the club. Tennis coaching is available on an hourly or half-hourly basis for members and non-members alike. However, Non-members are required to join the club if they wish to continue after 3 lessons. Both individual and group coaching is available, throughout the year.

 

Competitive Tennis

In addition to superb social session and coaching, Cavehill Tennis Club hosts competitive tennis ladders throughout the year. Teams from the club compete in the local Belfast and District Tennis Leagues.

 

Membership

Along with multiple tennis membership options, joint tennis and bowling membership is available. Adult membership costs less than £1 per day.

 

Extras

The club offers a range of branded clothing!

Outdoor Courts: 9

  • Floodlit: 9

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      20 North Circular Road, Belfast, BT15 5HB
      Telephone:
      07809 425655
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