The sun might not have been shining on us lately but Strathfield Sports Club will still be holding our school holiday tennis camps, which provide the opportunity to brighten up your kids’ holidays. There surely can’t be much more rain this week but our coaches have a thorough contingency plan in the event of wet weather to ensure all participants have a fun-packed week.

 Our Inner West Tennis Academy have two camps planned, running from Monday-Friday 9am-3pm starting from this week. The cost is $160 for a week long camp or $50 per day if you can’t commit to coming all five days. A $10 discount is offered on the full week price for each additional sibling.

Free lunch is provided every day, with the coaches providing a combination of sausage sizzles, sandwiches and pizzas throughout the week. All kids are asked to bring is their sandshoes, hat, tennis racquet, water bottle and a good attitude!

The camps cater for a range of age groups and skill level, hosting kids from ages 5-18. Kids will be coached to their ability in a fun learning environment and there are prizes and trophies on offer for those that display the qualities we most like to see in our young stars at SSC. All participants receive complimentary drinks and treats throughout the week and a certificate of achievement outlining their progress.

Places for the camps are strictly capped and always well attended so make sure you get in touch with our coaches as soon as possible to reserve your child’s place. It’s never too late to sign up, so why not get your kids into something active, where they can improve their tennis and make new friends at the same time!

For more information and to reserve your place, contact our coaches on the below options:

Alex: 0417 432 757 or Shaun: 0412 74 555 7

Mac: 0425 067 969 (Korean Speaking) or Ming 0430 034 103 (Malaysian & Chinese Speaking)


Our Term 3 after-school and Saturday morning children’s tennis lessons will start the week beginning Monday 15th July 2013, after all the fun of our school holiday tennis camps has subsided!