Hot on the heels of the gripping Wimbledon 2009 Championships, East Glos Club in Cheltenham will be welcoming tennis fans from across the county and beyond this summer – as it plays host to Aegon Summer County Cup Ladies’ Group Two matches.
This prestigious annual event will take place from Monday 20 to Friday 24 July 2009 at the Cheltenham club, with the Ladies Group Two matches including the chance for members of the public to see players compete from Lancashire, South Wales, Middlesex, Cheshire, Kent and Devon.
Taking place on East Glos Club’s 10 grass courts, budding players and those bitten by the spectating bug alike will find the chance to watch top class tennis played on the doorstep a thrilling part of the summer’s sporting line-up.
Event: Summer County Cup Competition
Venue: East Glos Club
Date: Monday 20 to Friday 24 July 2009
Times: From 10.30am on the Monday, from 9.30am from Tuesday to Friday
Tickets: Entrance to the event is free. Visitors are requested to register at reception on arrival. Free parking facilities are also available. For more information contact Val Dickinson on (01242) 230562.
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