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Stream Team being outdone? Wellington, the lapis lazuli court and newest addition to the Round-Britain-Can-You-Play-The-Lot-In-A-Year challenge, has got a drone! Our Stream Team have produced some amazing coverage of some incredible matches, but this …Continue reading →

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Our very own Ed Kay to take on World Champ 4.00pm Wednesday 16th Nov The one and only Ed Kay will be playing some chap called Camden Riviere at 4.00pm this Wednesday, 16th November in the second round of the British Open at Queen’s. …Continue reading →

Praying for victory at the Oratory Kirk, Kirk, Pimblett and Parslow, Set off for Berkshire one morn, Hoping for another famous victory At a place they called the Oratory Despite having to leave before dawn (probably …Continue reading →

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Oratory and Middlesex trips this month! TAGS: | If you need to tick the Oratory or MURTC off your lifetime court list, now’s the time. We’re going to the Oratory on Saturday October 22nd, and MURTC a week …Continue reading →

Spotted at the Club Novel commemorative t-shirt with deliberate mistake – collector’s item!

The Home of Cricket comes to Cambridge for some proper sport TAGS: With a test match and the final of the Real Tennis World Championship going on, what better way to celebrate some famous victories than for the MCC team to visit …Continue reading →

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World Championship catch-up TAGS: The World Championship continues tonight, but if you missed the first day’s play, you can catch up here:

Souvenir photos from the 150th celebrations fundraising for the Club TAGS: There’s a fab selection of photographs from the 150th celebrations available to order. If you’d like a souvenir picture (or two), you can follow the link below to select the …Continue reading →

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150th in the News Our special visitor to the 150th celebrations last weekend was noticed by the Cambridge News:

Proof that Cambridge Pros are THE BEST TAGS: | You know your Pros are a tip top team when you find Peter clearing the chairs off the Blue Court at midnight after working all day with Scott and Kees …Continue reading →

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The Man Who Knew Infinity (and our Green Court) TAGS: Does Kees out-act Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel? Or did the Green Court scenes get left on the cutting room floor? We’ve cleverly arranged for new movie The Man Who …Continue reading →

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News about our 150th birthday in the News

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Top Tennis Techniques In our never-ending quest to bring you the best of real tennis (our Green Court is 150 this year, don’t forget to sign up for the celebrations!), here are some …Continue reading →

Retro crockery fans, now’s your chance! We’re planning on upgrading to crockery 2.0 in the club room, but what to do with all these old favourites? Any fans of retro crockery are welcome to collect a …Continue reading →

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European Open streaming from Lords If you’re quick, there’s still time to enjoy Fahey v Matthews in the first semi-final of the European Open:

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Happy Birthday to Kees! TAGS: CURTC Head Pro celebrates another year. We’ll hazard a guess there’ll be a glass or two this evening in the Ludekens household.

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Ed Kay and Jamie Giddins notch up more wins and help GB retain Van Alen and Limb trophies TAGS: | CURTC’s very own Ed Kay and Jamie Giddins proved unstoppable down under in the Under-26 internationals against Australia and the US.

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Two Varsity captains in Australia to compete in Van Alen and Limb Trophies Ed Kay and Jamie Giddins, Cambridge Varsity captains from 2013-14 and 2014-15, are in Australia to compete in the Under 26 team competitions against the US (Van Alen Trophy) and …Continue reading →

New nets! TAGS: The arrival of shiny new nets in Cambridge has given rise to some concern among the Sunday morning hangover doubles crew. The holes in the net do not appear to …Continue reading →

Cambridge take double varsity victory! TAGS: | | | | | The view from the dedans on the second day of Varsity lived up to hopes and expectations, as our undercover reporter explains. A Grand Day Out I woke at 4am …Continue reading →

New arrival in the 30-39 category takes the title TAGS: | On Saturday 28th March 2015 a small field of entrants competed for the CURTC 30-39 Category Tournament. Having won the 40-49 category for the last two years Gary Weller has …Continue reading →

David Hope triumphs again in the 60+ tournament TAGS: | | On Sunday 22nd February 2015 13 lucky members contested the CURTC Category Tournament for handicaps 60 or greater.  Spread across 4 groups and playing on both courts the group stages …Continue reading →

Blood, sweat and possibly tears in the 2015 CURTC 40-49ers Tournament TAGS: | The 40-49 Category tournament took place onSunday 15th February 2015 and it turned out to be a case of ‘survival of the fittest’ or ‘last man standing’. An assortment of …Continue reading →

2015 Category Tournaments kick off with the 50-59ers TAGS: | The CURTC 50-59 Category tournament was held on Sunday 8th February 2015. 8 entrants were separated into two groups, with each being dominated by a Jeremy.

Another Trapptastic Christmas Tournament Thriller TAGS: | The day after Boxing Day saw the usual antidote to Christmas at Grange Road. 24 competitors battled out the annual CURTC Xmas Tournament under testing conditions with rules devised by …Continue reading →

CURTC vs Oxford: the ‘alternative’ varsity match goes to Cambridge TAGS: It’s always fun to play for CURTC in a match against another Club but it is always that much more ‘fun’ when the other Club is the ‘other’ place and …Continue reading →

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