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Priestfield Tennis and Sports Association

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Located in Edinburgh, The Priestfield Tennis and Sports Association offers a range of tennis.

 

Social Play

Every week Priestfield has many sessions where players can just turn up and join in with others for some Social Tennis. In summer members meet on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons. Whereas in Winter members meet only on Sunday afternoons.

 

Coaching

An LTA license coach offers both individual and group coaching for all ages and standards. Also the club’s coach offers drills, hitting and fitness sessions on court. Juniors benefit from a range of activities including social play, coaching and special junior events during the year. And so, there’s no excuse for not getting yourself down to Priestfield.

 

Competitive Tennis

Priestfield currently has 2 ladies team and 3 men’s teams competing in the East of Scotland Lawn Tennis Association leagues. And as a result, the club is always on the look out for more competitive players to join.

 

Membership

Priestfield Tennis and Sports Association offers a number of membership options including Adult, Family and Junior. So the club is open to all and becoming a member is simple.

 

Extras

The clubhouse is a traditional wood panelled building built in the 1930s to serve as a clubhouse for the local community tennis club. It has a veranda which over looks the courts.

Outdoor Courts: 5

    • Hard: 5

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      2-4 Kirkhill Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5DE
      Telephone:
      07949 886203
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