EVER thought about playing tennis but never got around to it?

Looking for a healthy way to get fit and active for the summer and meet new people?

Or played tennis previously but want to get back into it?

Then these open nights are for you!

It couldn’t be simpler, just turn up!

There will even be tea/coffee and chats afterwards and everyone is welcome to go along.

Ennis Tennis
Ennis Tennis Club open nights

Ennis Tennis Club have five all weather floodlit courts and ample free parking for members with regular social events.

There are tennis ladders, internal competitions and opportunities to represent the Ennis Tennis Club in external competitions.

There are two national recognised coaches with a vast amount of experience.

Whether you are a beginner, haven’t played for a while, or you are a competitive player the club will cater to your needs.

Tennis is very affordable, healthy and a fun sport.

There will be discounted rates available for a limited period for all new members.

Email ennistennisclub@gmail.com or call Bill on 087-2517885 for more information.

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