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Rutherglen Reformer - - Front Page - Edel Kennedy

Chil­dren as young as three were among dozens of peo­ple who gave ten­nis a go when Cam­bus­lang Ten­nis Club opened its courts to the public.

The an­nual open day last Satur­day saw around 70 peo­ple pick up a racket and try a sport that is grow­ing in pop­u­lar­ity.

Coaches de­liv­ered taster ses­sions to peo­ple of all ages, in­clud­ing re­ally well at­tended mini-ten­nis for chil­dren aged three and up.

Graeme Russell of Cam­bus­lang Ten­nis Club said: “It was great to see our courts and club­house so busy with mem­bers of the com­mu­nity.

“We had a large in­ter­est from po­ten­tial young families for join­ing but also some of the older gen­er­a­tion look­ing to get back into ten­nis after years away.”

The club runs weekly coach­ing ses­sions for ju­niors on Tues­day and Satur­day morn­ings.

This year it will also pro­vide week­long ten­nis camps dur­ing the sum­mer hol­i­days.

These will be held in the weeks be­gin­ning July 10 and July 17.

For more in­for­ma­tion search for Cam­bus­lang Ten­nis Club on Face­book or email sec­re­tary@ cam­bus­langten­nis.com.

It was great to see our courts and club­house so busy

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What a racket Young­sters coached by So­hail Shah, Neil Haig and Graeme Russell

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