Deniliquin's Lawn Tennis Club reintroduces the summer casual tennis nights this coming Wednesday.January 4, 2013 6:43am
Casual tennis will return to Deniliquin’s Charlotte St lawn courts this coming Wednesday.
Play starts from 5.30pm.
Members and non-members are welcome to play in a graded competition, where players will be matched up when they arrive at the courts.
Players will be matched and the total of the grading for the partners will determine their starting scores.
Doubles will be order of the day and matches will be eight games long, with each player having two service games each.
Results will be kept for each individual so that a progressive score is kept each week you choose to play.
Registration is not required, just turn up at 5.30pm.
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