CTC25 Tennis-thon – Update

With just over 2 weeks to go until our CTC25 Tennis-thon for Velindre Cancer Centre, we can reveal the player time slots for Saturday 21st March. You can come and play against coach Jon, for a minimum £1 donation, as he plays tennis for 25 continuous hours.
(We ask that you let us know that you intend to play during your slot and arrive 10 minutes before the start time on the day.)

Mini Red, 3pm – 4pm.
Mini Orange, 4pm – 5pm.
Mini Green, 5pm – 6pm.
Teens, 6pm – 7pm.
Ladies team, 7pm – 8pm.
Mixed adults, 8pm – 8:30pm
Mens team, 8:30pm – 9:30pm.

We also would encourage all players to come and support Jon and the rest of the coaching team in the final hour, on Sunday 22nd March from 10am, before a celebration at 11am.

Junior players, remember you can help the fundraising by getting sponsored by family and friends using this form. And the player who raises the most money will win a Club hoodie as well as a prize pack from event partners!

Adult players, if you want to volunteer for more hours, specifically indoor play during the night, then please contact Jonathan.

To donate: visit www.justgiving.com/ctc25tennisthon, text ‘XCTC89’ followed by donation amount £1/2/3/4/5/10 to 70070, or visit us at the Club during the event.

We kindly ask that you all spread the word to family, friends, colleagues, neighbours etc to help us raise as much money as possible for Velindre. And use ‘#CTC25tennisthon’ on social media while liking, commenting, retweeting and sharing our updates.

Thank you.


Final details and event schedule will be posted a few days before it takes place. In the mean time, stay up to date via our Twitter and join the conversation on Facebook.

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