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Pol Roger Cup TAGS: | | | Cambridge move on to the semi-finals following a 3-2 win at Moreton Morrell. Thanks to Keith Beechener for the pix!

70+ Category Tournament TAGS: | Last weekend saw the first of this season’s Category tournaments for those with handicaps of, you guessed it, greater than 70. On Friday evening the 80+ handicappers had their own mini tourney with two qualifying for the Saturday groups. So congratulations to…

Inter-University Tournament, 2018 TAGS: | | | | For four days in late November, Cambridge and Newmarket Real Tennis clubs hosted over 60 fresh-faced students from nine universities across the UK for the annual Inter-University tournament. In addition to tournament debuts from….

Dark Blue Wash* TAGS: It’s always a pleasure to welcome the other place to the Home of Real Tennis and this Saturday was no exception. Indeed, very welcoming hosts we were…

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New East Anglian Pennant – 1st round WIN! TAGS: The new East Anglian league got off to a great start last Thursday at Hatfield House, where we won 4-2. Richard Jones and Ben Geytenbeek both claimed victory over husband …Continue reading →

Battle of the Amateur Champions TAGS: | | Giraffe Club Cup & Blues Reunion, 1 – 3 February 2019 is an exciting new annual CURTC tournament. The idea is to invite previous Blues, Cambridge alumni and other Giraffe Club members to compete in a doubles tournament as part of the build up to the Varsity match (1-2 March 2019 at Lords).

IRTA visit the Home of Real Tennis TAGS: Our first Club match of the season proved enjoyable but the Irish, especially the visiting Irish, proved more than a match for the Home team. Led by Roland Budd, the …Continue reading →

East Anglia Cup, 2018… TAGS: | …was held at Hatfield this year. The result came down to the last match between the Richards of Hatfield* and Newmarket** (effectively playing as a proxy of Prested). The Richard …Continue reading →

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The Dedanists TAGS: The Dedanists are a peripatetic (i.e. don’t have a Home Court) Club who run a successful foundation to support junior and emerging tennis. This is great for the game in general even if a bit late for yours truly whose tennis I’m forced to admit has fully emerged. Things started brightly for the Dedanists…

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Seacourt drop by for some Lunch (and Tennis) TAGS: Seacourt visited Grange Road following tennis related detours to Hatfield and Newmarket last Sunday. To be fair, they had had to endure the day/night of eternal rugby whilst in Newmarket …Continue reading →

The Hyde Visit TAGS: The Hyde is the UK’s westernmost Court in the UK and is about as close to Devon as you can get and still be in Dorset. Their Court has had …Continue reading →

Jesmond TAGS: | Some familiar faces (and magnificent weather) greeted us in Jesmond after a fairly dismal drive on Saturday morning although what on earth I was thinking in arranging this trip on …Continue reading →

Cambridge Weekend, sponsored by our good friends at Pol Roger TAGS: | | This year’s Cambridge Weekend featured a new Team Mixed Doubles Tournament, an ‘A Grade’ Doubles tournament for those too under handicapped to qualify for the aforementioned TMDT and myself commuting …Continue reading →

Booted in Wellington TAGS: Inspired by a great afternoon at CURTC watching the denouement of the RT World Championship, streamed from Queen’s, it was off to Wellington to put newly found inspiration into practice. …Continue reading →

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