Patterson Recruitment Group Sponsor Team Tennis at Club Towers
We are delighted to announce that our tennis teams have a sponsor this year thanks to the generosity of Club member Matt Evans and Nicky Evans.
Team tennis is a vital part of our Club tennis programme and we run an incredible thirteen teams throughout the Winter season (often more in the Summer) in various leagues in Bedfordshire. Team matches not only provide a competitive element and the chance to pit yourself against other Clubs around the county but also provide a real sense of camaraderie and a social occasion to look forward to each week.
There is usually a cost to those taking part in the team matches each week, but this year Matt and Nicky Evans have agreed to that Paterson Recruitment Group will cover this as well as providing new training tops for the players. A gesture that I am sure will be appreciated by all!
Another new initiative being driven in the New Year is a team training night for all the teams. The training will be on Tuesday nights in the bubble from 6-9pm with one of our coaches present to provide support and coaching advice. The first planned session is 11th January so please do put the date in your diary and make every effort to attend if you are a team player!
Matt Evans commented: “Having been privileged enough to play rugby in my younger years at a high level, you get to appreciate that being part of any club, and in particular representing the club in matches, is a great reward. Almost any sports person will tell you that the social side of sport can be just as rewarding and fun. It is fair to say that Club Towers offers the best racquet sport facilities in the county. Hopefully, by providing the club with some sponsorship to drive the teams at all levels forward with coaching nights on a regular basis and with some branded club attire, we can really unite all the teams and create an even better social scene.”
If anyone does not currently play for a team but would like to please do let Nick Boys know at email@example.com.BACK TO NEWS