Regular Events

Paused due to Covid19 restrictions - we will update when courts reopen.

Court Bookings (members only)

Courts can now be booked from 7am to 10pm daily, all players must be recorded for contact tracing.  

See booking app for availability, members can book a double slot but please be mindful of demand at busy times.

Flood Lights - currently 2 courts can be lit, 1 & 2, controlled by SMS.  If booking made, lights will be turned before dusk, last player text Sheila to turn off, else automatically turned off after final booking.


Last Update : Apr 7th, 2021
Latest Club News

26th April 2021 - Return to Tennis Guidance

(email from Tennis Ireland)

Dear Club President / Secretary / Club Manager,

On 30th March last, An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, announced that Tennis activities can return from April 26th.

Following engagement with the Department of Sport Expert Group, Tennis Ireland has developed a Practical Guide for Tennis Clubs, Players and Coaches that will guide participation in compliance with the protocols issued by Government.

All stakeholders must ensure that they familiarise themselves with the protocols outlined in the document and ensure that they are followed, in full, so that the risk of transmission of COVID-19 is minimised.

The guide can be downloaded at:

Planning permission for new clubhouse

Planning permission for new clubhouse
An application was put in end Feb 21 for a new clubhouse, and subsequently an Sports Capital Grant applied for to fund it. see attached plans.

Goodbye old clubhouse

Goodbye old clubhouse
Hope everyone is holding firm and staying sane!

Committee have applied for a new permanent club house. Let us hope all goes well and we will get to enjoy the post game cup of tea in better conditions.

Bye old club house!

Level 5 from 31st December

Dear President / Secretary / General Manager,

An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, this evening announced the return of “full scale” Level 5 restrictions from midnight tonight until at least January 31st in a bid to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

Unfortunately, this means that no indoor or outdoor tennis activities, including those involving children, should take place with an exception for designated High Performance Players*

Since the start of the pandemic in Ireland, Tennis Ireland have fully endorsed the public health advice of the Irish Government. We have engaged extensively and successfully with government to highlight the health and mental health benefits of tennis and the strong compliance with the safety protocols which has ensured that our sport has been a safe outlet for people of all ages during the pandemic.

We will endeavour to maintain this engagement in an effort to ensure our sport remains closed for as short a period as possible and to seek additional supports for our clubs during these difficult times.


Richard Fahey
Chief Executive
Tennis Ireland

*High Performance is defined as covering those who are:

Professional sports people and those who participate within professional competition
A member of a high-performance team funded by Tennis Ireland e.g. Davis and Fed Cup, Team Ireland programme recipients
Those who compete at major international events including European and World Champions, Olympic and Paralympic Games, Grand Slam, ATP, WTA, ITF Men / Women’s World Tour
National level Junior Players are not considered High Performance Players

Tie Break Rules - how to proceed after 6-6

As a tie break doesn’t happen too often and sometimes players can end up scratching their heads trying to remember how to proceed, here’s how...

The player who would normally be serving after 6-6 is the one to serve first in the tie break, and the tie break is considered a service game for this player.
The server begins his service from the deuce court and serves one point. After the first point, the serve changes to the first server’s opponent. Each player then serves two consecutive points for the remainder of the tiebreak. The first of each two-point sequence starts from the server’s advantage court and the second starts from the deuce court. In this way, the sum of the scores is even when the server serves from the deuce court. After every six points, the players switch ends of the court; it can occur in the middle of a server’s two-point sequence.

The tie break winner is the first person to reach 7 points or above with a 2 point lead on their opponent.
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Coaching Schedule

Paused due to Covid19 restrictions - we will update when courts reopen


Please prepay and text Tanya by 9am each session to confirm your place.

Club banking details -
IBAN -  IE75 AIBK 9320 1900 7232 81

For private & group coaching contact our club coach Tanya Grazhulienie (membership not required)

Phone : 089 9610202
Last Update : Mar 1st, 2021
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Sheila about to blast one in Ladies Fingal Tennis League Final 2012