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Thornhill Tennis Club

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Located a few miles from the centre of Dewsbury, Thornhill Tennis club is a popular tennis club. The club’s rich history dates back to 1889, however the modern Thornhill Tennis Club has existed since 1995, when Greg Rusedski officially opened the facilities. Today, there’s members of all ages and abilities, you can be sure of a warm welcome and lots of opportunities to play tennis.

 

As part of Thornhill Cricket and Bowling club, the wider facilities include cricket and bowling as well as football. There’s is also a social club where you can be sure of a friendly welcome and a decent drink post exercise!

 

Social Play

At the heart of the club is regular social tennis, which happens three times each week. These sessions encourage all to mix in and play against other members of all standards. Aside from these sessins members are able to book court for their own play.

 

Coaching

The club’s LTA qualified tennis coach, Tawona Moyo or Tee as he is usually known, offers coaching for both adults and juniors. Group coaching is always popular for all ages and private lessons are also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

For the more competitive members, teams enter the Huddersfield Tennis League as well as the Wakefield Tennis League. And as a result there is a range of competitive tennis available.

 

Membership

If you’re thinking of joining the club, then for a small fee, you can try Thornhill Tennis Club for two months . If you then want to join, the a range of options are available and adult membership costs less than £2 per week.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Macadam: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Thornhill Cricket & Bowling Club, The Combs, Thornhill, Dewsbury, WF12 0QL
    Telephone:
    01924 462888
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