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North revives tennis

Luke Rawalai
Wednesday, November 01, 2017

IN an effort to revive tennis in the North, the Labasa Tennis Association has begun conducting tennis clinics for children and adults every Saturday.

Tennis coach Aaron Dutt said children within the under-14 category could attend classes at 8am while U18 students would have classes at 9am.

"As for adults they can arrange to have classes at any time," Dutt said.

"Those interested in attending classes can contact me on mobile number 9448049 or Ami Kohli on 9922224.

"Children pay $2 fees for classes while adults pay $5 which will go towards the administration of the association.

"We are inviting those who are interested to take up the game of tennis to join us for classes on Saturdays," he said.








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