Community sporting opportunities (tennis, cricket and girls football)

Posted on: 23rd March 2018

Sudbury Tennis Club
Would your child be interested in giving Tennis a go? We have been lucky enough to have been having regular visits from Sheetal Pandya, Head Coach at the Sudbury Tennis Club, visiting the Academy to coach some of our GCSE P.E. students as they head towards their final exams.  Mr Pandya is also keen to make Tennis ‘available’ to individuals (students, parents, carers, friends) who may not currently be playing the game or who may not realise the opportunities available to them locally.  There are regular coaching sessions for beginner Junior players aged 11 and over on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings, with more ‘advanced’ juniors having an additional session on Friday evenings.  Take a look at the club’s website to find out more about the opportunities available and to access details of who to contact if you are interested. Who knows?  You may be bringing up the next Johanna Konta or Andy Murray, but just don’t realise it yet!

Long Melford Cricket Club
Is your child interested in some (regular) cricket-type fun from April through to the end of August? Is he/she 6 or over? Would you like to take a look at the opportunities available through the Junior Cricket Academy?  For more information, see the club’s flier for potential junior members here (registration date Saturday 7th April between 10am and 1pm)

AFC Sudbury’s ‘SSE Wildcats’ Girls’ Football (5-12 years)
Perhaps your daughter is football mad but you don’t know where she can play?  Why not take a look at the new opportunity starting up at the end of April – see the club’s website here for more information

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