The draw for the 2022 club tournament has taken place, check out your opposition and good luck :-)
The 2022 draw
Easter American Tournament, great turn out, lots of tennis and plenty of the new H&S tennis kit on display :-)
New tiger turf on our Courts 1, 2 and 3, all playing superb :-)
Please find attached the photos from the AGM where the club tournament winners were presented with their trophies. We also formally handed over the centenary painting to the Rev Paul Ellis and presented Clive Garrod with a small gift as a show of appreciation for his efforts as membership secretary over the last 11 ...
Thanks to some wonderful work by Florence Dewar, we now have an online shop! You can access some lovely gear branded with Hutton and Shenfield Tennis Club new logo here:
Maybe in time for a late Christmas present?
What an amazing finals' weekend - we were spoilt for choice for amazing tennis, brilliant weather and wonderful catering.
Results and photos are below but first of all thanks to all those who makes this happen - Jenny Fowers (ably supported by Roger), Antonia, Paul Gibson and everyone else who supported the club.
An excellent Saturday of tennis last weekend. There is an official press release which has gone to the Gazette and the Recorder and you can read it here.
All photos from the event can be viewed here.
Our Mens and Ladies teams have made two finals this weekend. Both being played on Sunday - both away from home unfortunately.
The ladies team are playing against Rayleigh at midday and the mens team are at Whitehall at 2pm. More details can be found here:
We've all heard the phrase. Does anyone know where it comes from? I have had a little look around and this page has a few ideas.
Meanwhile, we had some intruders on the court the other day. It's definitely not a dead rubber one...but I hear it is good game. No poaching though. Sigh. That's enough.
Our Head Coach, Christian has taken on a new team of junior helpers to assist him during the camps and early evening training. All the assistants have to have a basic level of training - this was their first step towards the accreditation.