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Summer Holiday Tennis Camps at NOLTC

Date: 14 June 2018, posted by Chrissie Martin

With May half term now over, it won’t be long until the summer holidays are with us! At NOLTC, our holiday tennis and multi-activity sessions are designed for children aged between 4 and 17yrs. Players are organised by age and ability, ensuring that they receive the most appropriate coaching, all in a super-fun environment. We…

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Arthur, Jack and Bobby posing with medals won at the Lionel Cox Tournament

Lionel Cox Tournament

Date: 23 May 2018, posted by Chrissie Martin

Congratulations to our U12 boys Jack, Bobby and Arthur who represented Oxfordshire  at the Lionel Cox tournament held at Queenswood School. Lionel Cox is the oldest county junior county event in the East region. The boys played against teams from Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire and Suffolk in the group stages winning all of their ties. The…

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May Half Term Tennis Camps at NOLTC

Date: 8 May 2018, posted by Chrissie Martin

Looking to fill your half term? We’d love to see you at NOLTC. We will be running tennis holiday camps for all children between 4 and 17 years of age. Players are organised by age and ability ensuring that they receive the most appropriate coaching, all in a super-fun environment. Our camps are run by…

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Team Tennis results

Date: 23 April 2018, posted by Chrissie Martin

We had 3 teams playing in the LTA’s Team Tennis last weekend.   All could be seen sporting new team kit bearing our new sponsor’s logo – Chris Lewis Fire & Security / Chris Lewis Smart Home. Our men’s first team had a fantastic start in their first match in the National Division having been…

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Road to Wimbledon 2018 Junior event

Date: 17 April 2018, posted by Chrissie Martin

North Oxford will be host to a Road to Wimbledon 2018 event at the Club on Sunday 29th of April (time: TBA, PM).   The Road to Wimbledon is the biggest junior tournament in British tennis and gives all 14U players rated between 10.2 and 7.1 the opportunity to progress through to compete on the…

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Christmas Holiday Tennis Camps 2017: 18th-22nd December

Date: 21 November 2017, posted by Chrissie Martin

Join us for fun Christmas holiday sessions aimed at children aged 4-17 years old.  Our camps are run by Chris Hampton with his team of enthusiastic and highly-qualified coaches.  They have fun-filled and rewarding tennis sessions lined up for the week.   Players will be organised by age and ability, ensuring that they receive the…

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May Half Term Multi-Sports Activity Camps at NOLTC

Date: 17 May 2017, posted by Chrissie Martin

Looking to fill you half term?  We’d love to see you at NOLTC.  We will be running a multi-sports activity programme designed for all children between 4 and 17 years of age.  Sports include tennis, hockey, athletics and football.  Players are organised by age and ability, ensuring they receive the most appropriate coaching in a…

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County Cup Girls showing us how it is done!

Date: 6 May 2016, posted by Katie Leppard

What a fabulous atmosphere we had at our club last weekend with visitors from Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Avon, Channel Islands and Oxfordshire all competing in the 14U girls County Cup. Oxfordshire came up against some tough competition, but played some gutsy tennis and finished a respectable 4th, which considering their age and size compared to…

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Great junior spectator tennis this weekend…

Date: 28 April 2016, posted by Katie Leppard

We are delighted to be hosting the 14U County Cup Qualifiers Girls Group E this weekend at NOLTC. Up against Oxfordshire will be Avon, Hertfordshire, Channel Islands, Cambridgeshire & Norfolk. Come and support our county team and welcome our visiting counties taking part. There will be some great tennis to watch, the kitchen will be…

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North Oxford Easter and summer camps to celebrate Davis Cup legacy

Date: 15 February 2016, posted by Matt Pickles

Last month’s Australian Open was a vintage one for British tennis. So often the last remaining British player in the final stages of a Grand Slam tournament, Andy Murray was joined at the semi final stage by Johanna Konta in the women’s singles. Murray lost in the final, but his brother Jamie won the men’s…

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