Moray Coast

Short Tennis

Short Tennis can be played using the existing badminton markings in local halls. It is a good way for members to exercise during both the summer and winter months and can be played at all levels.

Group Leader

The Short Tennis Group Leader is Ali Forsyth.

BENEFITS OF SHORT TENNIS

Keeps you active

Can progress at own pace

Suitable for all fitness abilities

Improves co-ordination and racquet skills

Exercise and fitness have been shown to fend off dementia

Indoor court therefore can be played whatever the weather

Lots of fun!

Short Tennis Equipment
The U3A provides all necessary sports equipment. You need to provide indoor trainers with non-marking soles and clothing you are comfortable to play in.

WHERE WE MEET AND WHERE WE PLAY

The Short Tennis Group meet on Monday Mornings from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon at the Cullen Community Centre, Seafield Road, Cullen. (This is part of the Old School on your left as you leave Cullen to drive to Portsoy.

If you are interested in joining the Short Tennis Group then use "CONTACT" on the banner at the top of the page. State "Short Tennis" in your inquiry and you will be put in touch with the group leader.

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Lunch Group Music Appreciation
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