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Who doesn’t love a good game of tennis? From the social to the pro and the pro-watcher, tennis is one of the country’s favourite sports.

After a wet start to the year, things are about to expand at the Mullumbimby Tennis Club.

The management of the club has sought to enhance its coaching capabilities, and with the help of resident coach Justin De Candia have also retained the services of tour player and local Mullum coach Steve Gort to help expand operations at the club.

As resident coach Justin has been at the club for seven years and he looks after a wide range of skill levels and ages.

Steve has been coaching for four years and has had very good success already with a number of players and, as a tournament player, he made it well into the top 100 in Australia.

Mullumbimby Tennis Club sees this as a great opportunity not only to expand the club and to create local employment but, more importantly, to help people and families to enjoy the great game of tennis.

For more info you can visit the club website: www.mullumbimbytennisclub.com, or for more information about coaching phone Justin De Candia on 0403 841 241 or Steve on 0412 731 814.

 

All tennis clubs on the north coast are invited to send us their news, results and photos – email: [email protected]

 


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