Sam receives most improved player award at Cheddar

PUBLISHED: 14:10 21 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:10 21 March 2018

Sam Dawson.

Sam Dawson.


Cheddar Tennis Club player Sam Sherwood Dawson has been awarded the most improved player award.

Sam Sherwood Dawson has recently received Cheddar Tennis Club’s most improved player award.

Head coach Stephen Pearce said: “Sam has represented the club in team tennis events and was the runner-up in the 10 & under junior club championships.

“He is a hardworking and committed student who always puts on his best efforts in training. Subsequently Sam’s tennis has come on leaps and bounds and he is now able to rally with far greater consistency.’

Sam is one of many youngsters taking advantage of the excellent range of junior coaching sessions run throughout the year by Stephen, a level 4 LTA qualified coach.

During the upcoming school holidays, Easter tennis camps for juniors are being run by the club for both members and non-members alike.

The club also offers lots of opportunities for adults to play tennis, catering for all ranges of abilities. Rusty returner, ladies’ coaching and cardio tennis sessions are available for those wishing to improve their skills and fitness as well as social play and a full league programme.

Full details are available on the club website or contact 07904061301 or find us on Facebook.

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