The Summer League is in its final stages. It looks like being a fine season for Woodstock: at the time of writing, seven of our eleven sides have a great chance of promotion. Good luck to all our teams in their last round of matches! (And well done to our Men’s Midweek team for winning the Midweek League for a third successive season.)
And maybe better than all of that is our inclusivity: only three clubs in Oxfordshire field more teams than Woodstock, and only three have more members involved in team tennis. Brilliant.
We’re already looking ahead to the Winter League, which begins at the start of October, so if you’d like to join a squad and play team tennis (even just now and again) and are not yet involved, be sure to let us know. You’ll be very welcome!
ADULT AND JUNIOR COACHING
A reminder that our Autumn Coaching Programme, for both adults and juniors, starts in the week beginning September 13th. Booking is well under way, so don’t miss out: all the details are on our website pages https://www.wbtc.org.uk/junior-coaching/ (for juniors) and https://www.wbtc.org.uk/adult-coaching/ (for adults).
WEDNESDAYS, 1.30 – 2.30
Please note that, as in previous years, the Marlborough School will have a coaching session at the Club for an hour on Wednesdays, 1.30 to 2.30, starting on Wednesday 8 September. In that hour the single court will still be available. Before and after, of course, all four courts will be free for play as usual.
Our popular ‘Family Fridays’ will restart in the new school term, beginning on Friday September 10th. They’re a great chance for parents and children to meet and play tennis together from 4.30 to 5.30 each Friday. With coaching input and games organised by Charlie Penton, they’ve been much enjoyed by all. If you’d like to join in or would like more details, just drop a line to Jenny Collins at email@example.com.
HOME MATCHES COMING UP [each match 2 courts]:
SATURDAY 18th, 1 pm: Mixed C v Abingdon
If ever in doubt about court availability, please see our simple Courts Timetable here on the website