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Christmas Party this Friday!!

posted 28 Nov 2018, 10:06 by Philip Mulligan

We are a little short on our numbers for the Christmas Party as we have committed to a certain number for the food so this is the last call!!!! Please support your club. It’s on this Friday 30th November 8pm €20 and include mulled wine reception, dinner,  dancing and spot prizes. Contact Sharon @087 627 3940 if you are coming along. 

Christmas Raffle

posted 28 Nov 2018, 10:05 by Philip Mulligan

Don’t forget our Christmas Raffle which has been kindly organised by Pat Rowley – Tickets on sale at Ladies Doubles tonight and Men’s Doubles tomorrow night so again lease support –

Prizes include

·         A lovely Christmas Hamper containing lots of liquids as well as solids.....

·         A drinks hamper.

·         Tennis coaching lesson with Lesley

·         A restaurant voucher.

·         Tennis bag

·         Supervalu vouchers

·         List of sundry other prizes

Tickets €5 for a strip of 5 OR 3 strips for €10. – Thanks to everyone who has donated a prize. 

Walking Group enjoy the Spinc Walk in Glendalough

posted 28 Nov 2018, 10:02 by Philip Mulligan

We had a really nice hike around the Spinc loop in Glendalough on Saturday when after a week of heavy rain we enjoyed a dry day with no wind. You can see how still it was from the photo of the lake below. A group of 11 completed the expedition and you can check out the photos below. Next walk will be the last walk before Christmas and it will be on Saturday 15th December. Details to follow later. 




Charity League - Ladies lose out in semis

posted 28 Nov 2018, 09:52 by Philip Mulligan

Hard luck to our Tuesday team who lost out in the semi-finals yesterday against Leopardstown. Great effort for the team hopefully next time we will go a couple of steps further.

Hill Walking - Wet day up Djouce on Saturday

posted 14 Nov 2018, 08:30 by Philip Mulligan

Bit of a wet one last Saturday and we headed for Djouce through Djouce Woods. We decided not to go all the way to the top given the poor conditions. Check out some photos from the day below. 


Next walk Saturday 24th November – details to follow.  





Date for your diary - Christmas Party Friday 30th November 8pm

posted 14 Nov 2018, 08:27 by Philip Mulligan

Date for your diary - Christmas Party Friday 30th November 8pm €20 to include mulled wine reception, dinner,  dancing and spot prizes. Tickets will be available soon. 

Charity League - Tuesday team going well

posted 14 Nov 2018, 08:25 by Philip Mulligan

Tuesday team still going well. The Monday team lost 2-1 at home to Rathgar while the Tuesday team won 3-0 away to Templeogue Best of luck in the last of the group matches next week. 

Glorious weather for Hike up Mullacor

posted 25 Oct 2018, 01:17 by Philip Mulligan

We had glorious weather for our walk up Mullacor last Saturday probably one of our best days yet and there were spectacular views to match. There was a turnout of 16 but we were one of the smaller groups around Glendalough where there were queues on the Spinc boardwalk. Never seen it as busy. Check out some photos below. Our next walk is on Saturday 3rd November. Venue and details to follow. 



Charity League - good start for Tuesday team

posted 25 Oct 2018, 01:10 by Philip Mulligan

The charity league started last week and so far we have won 2 and lost 2. The Monday team started with a 2-1 loss away to Donnybrook, and lost by the same score at home to Co. Wicklow (Bray) this week. The Tuesday team have fared better with two wins, last week they won 2-1 away to Blackrock and followed it with another 2-1 win at home to Greystones this week. No games next week due to the midterm. 

Floodlit League

posted 25 Oct 2018, 01:09 by Philip Mulligan   [ updated 25 Oct 2018, 01:10 ]

Not our best week in Floodlit as we won one match and lost a number narrowly 2-1. The Ladies Class 3 team won 2-1 at home to Sandycove while the Class 4 team lost by the same score at home to Monkstown. The men’s Class 4 team lost 2-1 away to Newtown Park but still top their group while the other Class 4 team lost 3-0 at home to Co. Wicklow (Bray). The class 5 team lost 2-1 at home to Clontarf Parish. Best of luck to the teams in the last of the group matches next week.  

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