Court Bookings (members only)

December 2nd.. Rule of 6

The rule of six applies to ad-hoc bookings. Singles players book court 2 if both courts are free please. Similarly can doubles four-somes not book court two if court one is already booked.

Weekly Schedule

Day Time Use
Monday 0900 to 1200 Ladies Morning
Wednesday 1300 to 1700 Club session
Saturday 1200 to 1330 Rusty Rackets
Saturday 1330 to 1700 Club session
Sunday 0900 to 1000 Junior coaching 5 to 9yr
Sunday 1015 to 1115 Junior 10yr+

The above is a winter schedule. In summer the Wednesday club session switches to the evenings, starting at 17:00, and Rusty Rackets will switch to an evening slot.


Sunday morning, ages 5 to 9, from 9am to 10am

10+years, from 10:15 to 11:15am

Club members £4 a session, non-members £6 a session

Sessions must be booked in advance because of the limitations on numbers. Please contact

Full Coaching Details

Events and Dates to Remember

We have not yet run the Roy Gibbs Memorial Trophy day for 2020. This will happen if the current Covid situation seems to permit a large gathering of players.


Club Tournament

The club tournament finals day was Sunday 27th September

Quiz and Games Evening

Thank-you to our chairman, Dudley, for a huge amount of work. About 30 people played games and guessed answers on January 19th. My team came second. For which there were no prizes of course.

Christmas dinner at Fort Stamford.

“Five G-O-L-D rings ! ”

Well it was a bit of a surprise that, as well as swinging a racket, they expect one to be able to sing as well. Twelve days of Christmas, suitable for teamwork. Lucky for me I only had 12 drummers drumming, sung only once.

Roy Gibbs Memorial Trophy

The 2019 event was held on Sunday 6th October. It is a one day tournament in a round-robin format, held in memory of Roy Gibbs who sadly died playing for Plymstock in a league match in 1975. Full Details.

Club Tournament

Finals day was 1st September. Full Details.

Big Tennis Weekend

That went well ! See pictures

Club BBQ.

Also a success. Thank-you Jess.