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Nenagh Lawn Tennis Club celebrates opening of new Courts

Wednesday, 27th February, 2019 2:16pm
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Nenagh Lawn Tennis Club celebrates opening of new Courts

Pictured cutting the ribbon at the official opening of Nenagh Lawn Tennis Courts 1 and 2 are longest serving committee members Mary Ryan, Anne Fitzpatrick and Tim Conway in the company of Margaret Folan (President NLTC), Minister Pat Breen TD, Tennis Ireland members, NLTC members and Tipperary Count

Nenagh Lawn Tennis Club celebrates opening of new Courts

Pictured cutting the ribbon at the official opening of Nenagh Lawn Tennis Courts 1 and 2 are longest serving committee members Mary Ryan, Anne Fitzpatrick and Tim Conway in the company of Margaret Folan (President NLTC), Minister Pat Breen TD, Tennis Ireland members, NLTC members and Tipperary Count

Friday last was a night of celebration at Nenagh Lawn Tennis Club when the club officially opened its two new floodlit artificial grass courts.

The new courts represented part of a multi-development at the club over the past two years during which the club upgraded the floodlights on the other six courts as well as resurfacing two of those and adding new car parking facilities.

The new courts were facilitated by a Sports Capital Grant of €74,500, while the lights upgrade received grant assistance of €28,000 from SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland) which was supported and project managed by the Tipperary Energy Agency. The club also received a grant €16,500 from Tipperary County Council for the resurfacing works.

The club now has 8 modern floodlit artificial grass courts, which allied with modern clubhouse and other facilities make it one of best in the rural Ireland.

 

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