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Summer Term Squads (April – July 2021) – Bookings Now Open

Date: 10 April 2021, posted by Chrissie Martin

The North Oxford Tennis Club Junior Academy Coaching will start W/C 19th April 2021 and run until 24th July 2021 (13 weeks). There will be no sessions W/C 31st May (Half-Term) or Monday May 3rd (Bank Holiday). All sessions take place at North Oxford Tennis Club (546 Banbury Road, OX2 8EG). The cost per session is…

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Junior Online (Zoom) Tennis Specific Movement/Fitness Session

Date: 4 February 2021, posted by Chrissie Martin

For all our junior players & parents, we hope you are keeping well and active during the latest lockdown. We will be running a free online zoom session for the players currently attending squads at North Oxford LTC. The first of these sessions will be delivered on Friday 5th February 2021 6.00-7.00pm.  The session is…

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Coach Maddie on-court witha group of under-10 year old tennis players.

Kids Christmas Holiday Camps 2020

Date: 7 December 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

Come and join us at North Oxford Tennis Club for some festive tennis fun! Our LTA qualified coaches will teach both tactical and technical aspects of the game, all in a safe and fun environment. Please note, camps will run subject to numbers. Our camps continue to take the ‘Covid-19’ format which is a shorter…

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Meet the NOLTC Members: Rachel Tucker

Date: 16 September 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

Our next profile focuses on someone who spends a lot of time at the club as a coach, and is always on court at the weekends with our tiniest members. Our youngest players couldn’t have a better introduction to the sport. RACHEL TUCKER Tell us about your tennis life I started playing tennis when I…

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Autumn Term Squads

Date: 9 September 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

We are pleased to announce that the North Oxford Tennis Club Academy coaching will start W/C September 7th 2020 and run until 12th December (13 weeks). All sessions take place at North Oxford Tennis Club (546 Banbury Road, OX2 8EG). The cost per session is £8.00 per hour (members) & £10.50 p/h (non members), payable in advance….

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Meet the NOLTC Members – Tom Francis

Date: 30 June 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

Following on from our Meet the Committee pieces of the last few months, it’s now time to meet some of the people at the club who work hard to support and promote the club in different ways. We’ll start with someone who is not only at the club almost all the time in a coaching…

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With a heavy heart…

Date: 31 May 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

After 12 great, successful years of coaching at North Oxford LTC our Head Coach Chris has decided that he would like to pursue other opportunities and explore new challenges.  He, (and Breakpoint Tennis), will no longer be under contract with North Oxford LTC with effect from the end of July 2020. It goes without saying…

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Meet the Committee: Dave Rooney

Date: 24 May 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

Here is one of the club’s most familiar faces. He’s a coach so would normally be at the club every day, and he has a key role on the committee as Men’s Captain DAVE ROONEY Tell us about your tennis life   Although my mum and her sisters played tennis, as a youngster I was far…

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Meet the committee: Chris Hampton

Date: 24 May 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

The response to these profiles so far has been very positive. Thank you for taking the time to read them and get in touch. We wanted to introduce Chris Hampton next – our Head Coach and recipient of Oxfordshire LTA’s 2019 Coach of the Year County Award.   CHRIS HAMPTON Tell us about your tennis…

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Chris’s Club-to-Club Challenge

Date: 5 May 2020, posted by Chrissie Martin

As a proud Oxonian involved in tennis for many years and a keen cyclist, Chris is embarking on a cycle challenge to raise some money for our heroes in the local NHS. Starting this Friday, he will be cycling to all accredited tennis clubs in the county (56 in total). He doesn’t think this feat…

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