Anybody is welcome to attend the first croquet and tennis social event this Friday night at the Charlotte St tennis courts, in Deniliquin.By Tyla Harrington
The first croquet and tennis social event will be held this Friday night at the Charlotte St tennis courts, in Deniliquin.
Anybody is welcome to attend the event, which is being dubbed ‘Friday on the Lawn’.
The initiative hopes to encourage the club and its members to participate and socialise together.
It is also an ideal opportunity for families and friends to have a meeting place and enjoy activities.
Those who would like to dress up are encouraged to adopt a Melbourne Cup theme.
The night is being hosted by the croquet club, and guests can arrive anytime after 5pm.
Lawn Tennis Club president Lourene Liebenberg said guests will be able to have a ‘‘very casual’’ play at either croquet or tennis.
‘‘Come down and enjoy the facilities,’’ she said.
‘‘All ages at all levels are welcome – members and non-members.’’
The junior courts will be set up with new Young Shots equipment as well as the ball machine for those who would like a workout.
People can join in a round robin card or enter their own card on the night with family and friends.
Cost is $5 per person which includes a barbecue and salads dinner.
For more information phone Mrs Liebenberg on 0428
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