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Old Actonians Associations Sports Club

Old Actonians Associations Sports Club was established over 60 years ago. In addition to tennis and squash, there are many team sports like cricket, football, rugby, netball, etc available at the club. In terms of tennis, members enjoy playing all year round.

 

Social Play

As play continues all year round, there’s always other members to play with. And as you can easily book either of the club’s courts, you really can play as often as you want to.

 

Coaching

Dominic Rice and his team from Sports Hive oversee an excellent coaching programme. There are sessions for juniors and adults of all ages and abilities. Special prices are available to members  and non-members are also welcome. There are also camps for kids in the school holidays!

 

Competitive Tennis

The Club competes in the Middlesex tennis league, which provides players of all standards with some match play. If you’re not quite up to match standard, then the club does run more friendly tournaments throughout the year.

 

Membership

While everyone is welcome at Old Actonians Associations Sports Club, you must be a member to play tennis. Guest memberships are available and courts can be hired on a pay and play basis.  For London based sports club, membership fees are very affordable.

 

Extras

As a club member you receive 10% discount on drinks at the bar, entry to the Wimbledon ballot and, invitation to tennis social events.

Outdoor Courts: 3

    • Artificial Grass: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Gunnersbury Drive, Ealing, London, W5 4LL
      Telephone:
      02085 674556

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