Kippen Tennis Club
Kippen Tennis Club is a friendly, relaxed local club , which offers players of all standards the opportunity to play on two of the best all- weather, floodlit courts in the area.
The courts have recently been repainted and as can be seen from the picture below, look fantastic. (Picture Courtesy of Mike Loughry Drones Inc)
KTC has a modern clubhouse that includes changing facilities, toilets, showers and a social area.
We currently have over 100 members, half of whom are junior members, and we actively encourage junior players to join our Club.
New members are always welcome, with membership open to families, adults and juniors, and runs from 1st April to 31st March.
There are various incentives on offer for new members, please visit our website at https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/KippenTennisClub for details.
For those who are competitive, we play in the Central Scotland Doubles Leagues and have 3 Men’s teams, 1 Women’s team and junior teams playing across a number of divisions.
We are always looking for new team members, so please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Club runs numerous competitions which are open to all members, and there are also various social events throughout the year, both on and off the court.
We also runs social tennis evenings, which offers new members a good opportunity to meet and get to know other Club members.
So, whether you’re aspiring to be the next Roger Federer, or are happy to have a relaxed social game with friends, make the most of the fantastic facilities on offer, and contact us at: https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/KippenTennisClub
The Callendar team ended up as winners of this local Wednesday league and well done to them.
Kippen again played in the Leven Six a Side Tournament in early September and, although winning 2 of our 3 matches, the draw meant we left the tournament without a trophy this year.
The fine weather had the unintended effect of limiting our help to The Gargunnock Sunday team, as many players were taking advantage of predictable dry weather to plan family trips and other pursuits on Sundays.
All in all, another enjoyable season for the players, and the highlight match would be the win over Stirling County where, in a close fought game, we achieved the winning runs on the second last ball of the innings.