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Published: 17 February 2020

Net World Sports show their support for The Shrewsbury Club’s tennis programme!

We are delighted to have received support from Net World Sports, a leading sports equipment provider based in Wrexham.

They have provided over £300 worth of free tennis equipment for us at The Shrewsbury Club, including over a dozen junior tennis rackets for our members to use at the club.

Simon Haddleton, Director of tennis at The Shrewsbury Club is pleased to have formed this partnership with Net World Sports. “We’re delighted to use the equipment provided by Net World Sports, their range of products and quality is fantastic! We have used Net World Sports products before, I’ve always been impressed with their friendly and professional service and we’re looking forward to continuing the relationship.”

Alex Lovén, Managing Director and Founder of Net World Sports is looking forward to seeing the junior tennis players using their equipment at the club. “It’s fantastic that we’re able to support The Shrewsbury Club’s junior programme with this donation. The club is clear in its vision for developing younger players and we’re delighted that we can offer our support to Simon and the team by donating some of our Vermont tennis equipment.”

At The Shrewsbury Club we offer leading tennis facilities and the largest team of coaches in Shropshire, who are all Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) qualified and licensed as well as being DBS checked and holding safeguarding qualifications. The club hosts junior tennis classes every Tuesday and Saturday. Little ones can start young, from around the age of three, with Tots Tennis, and progress through the levels right up to the adults group when they reach around age 15.

For more information about Net World Sports and their tennis equipment please visit https://www.networldsports.co.uk/tennis.html 

Pictured: Tennis coaches from The Shrewsbury Club Henry Broadhurst and Simon Bird, with the free tennis equipment.

 

Published: 17 February 2020