Safeguarding & First Aid courses LOCALLY AVAILABLE at CROMER
at: Cromer Lawn Tennis & Squash Club, Norwich Road, Cromer, Norfolk NR27 0HY
Google for directions Tel: 01263 513 741 (CLUB)
Tel: Kelvin van Hasselt (Chairman) with any queries on Tel: 01263 513 560 or email: email@example.com
Spare places on BOTH courses – book now !
Safeguarding Course – Thursday February 20th – 5.30pm
Course Tutor: Chris Holland (Coach Academy)
Course duration: 5.30pm – 8.30pm
Cost: £ 30
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For tennis club volunteers the £ 30 is refunded immediately after the course by the LTA – they just credit your credit card with the £30 you originally paid.
Employees and Tennis coaches pay the full £ 30.
Tennis coaches will get their CPD points accredited to LTA by Coach Academy.
First Aid Course – Sunday February 23rd – 10am – 5pm
Course Tutor: Adam Holmes (ATH Training)
Course duration: 10 am – 5pm
Free weekly refresher videos on key topics as follow-up to course.
Cost: £ 84
Book: just phone ATH Training – Tel: 01206 807 552 and pay by credit card.
ATH Training will arrange with LTA for tennis coaches to receive their CPD points.
We are delighted to announce the following County Award winners, who will also go forward to Regional assessment. The winners will be presented with their awards at the AGM on 24th February at Easton College. Our congratulations to all the winners and also thanks to everyone who took the time to make nominations.
Volunteer of the Year and Recipient of the Jolyon Harris Award
Ali Ward (Gt Massingham)
Club of the Year
Coach of the Year
Official of the Year
Tournament of the Year
The new year started for some of our county juniors with a friendly match against Suffolk, hosted at Easton & Otley College Tennis Centre.
On Saturday 4th, 8 boys and 8 girls from both counties played a series of matches against each other. The format enabled each player to take part in 2 singles and 2 doubles matches.
The action was non stop from 10.30-4.30pm with Suffolk taking the bragging rights in both the boys and girls matches with 15-9 wins in both.
Norfolk U/12 Girls Team
On Sunday, it was the turn of the U/18s. This time, Suffolk won the girls match, again 15-9, with Norfolk boys claiming victory with a 13-9 win.
Norfolk U/18 Girls Team
All in all it proved to be a great event with plenty of court time for all concerned and good preparation ahead of U/18 county cup in february.
This year we faced five strong counties, namely Yorkshire, Lancashire, Surrey, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire who had just been been promoted. The results are as follows:
Saturday 28th April Hertfordshire bt Norfolk 3 -2
Sunday 9th June Bucks bt Norfolk 3-2
Saturday 18th May Norfolk bt Surrey 3-2
Saturday 15th June Norfolk bt Lancashire 3-2
Sunday 21st July Yorkshire bt Norfolk 3-2
These results just show how close the competition was with a couple of these matches losing in the third set tie break! Below demonstrates even more how close it was between Yorkshire, Lancashire and us. We had to wait until the very end of the season to see our fate, but I’m confident we will bounce back next year!
Thank you so much to my committed squad of ladies who all played brilliantly throughout: Judy Horn, Lesley Cooper, Susie Hill, Ann Nicholls, Sara Worley and to Tish Peal and Mary Ogden for their much appreciated guest appearances!
The Norfolk Ladies O60’s headed up to the David Lloyd Dudley this weekend to play the intercounty final against Essex, and came home as champions.
It was a good match with the result being decided on the last match.
Tish Peal and Caroline Blincoe played the singles matches against Essex with Tish narrowly losing on a third set championship tiebreak and Caroline claiming a good win. Sue Rich and Jane Ray then played the doubles round and won comfortably . Hence Norfolk were 2-1 ahead after round 1.
Next the Norfolk singles players teamed up to play doubles against the Essex doubles pair with Sue and Jane played doubles against the Essex singles players.
Jane and Sue just lost, again in a third set championship tiebreak but luckily Tish and Caroline clinched their game in 2 sets.
Hence Norfolk won 3-2.
Left to right: Sue Rich, Jane Ray, Tish Peal, Caroline Blincoe