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TENNIS


It works well because we do that and the LTA buy machinery which we share between all three clubs. It’s beneficial to them because they want to keep grass court tennis up and running





we will have 300 kids, and they’ll bring their brothers, sisters and parents, and they’ll stay in the town, and that generates a lot of money for local business.” Attracting young tennis players has always been important to the LTA and providing them with good courts to play on is a high priority. The 2019 report isn’t the first time Matthew’s expertise has been recognised by the LTA. Four years ago, he was asked to conduct the renovations at Felixstowe Lawn Tennis Club and, a year later, Frinton Lawn Tennis Club. “The LTA want another Wimbledon champion because the profile of tennis gets a massive lift when it happens, so they want to promote grass court tennis as much as they can and, for that, they need courts for people to play on,” Matthew said. “Over the last three or four years, we’ve also been going to Frinton and Felixstowe to do their renovations. We help maintain and oversee their courts, spending a week at each venue to do the work.” “The LTA approached us because we're quite local compared to a lot of the other clubs, and we started off by doing the


maintenance, and now we go down every other month and oversee both clubs. and do their fertilising and spraying applications for them.”


“It works well because we do that and the


LTA buy machinery which we share between all three clubs. It’s beneficial to them because they want to keep grass court tennis up and running.” “I always think you should keep maintaining and updating machinery because, if things do go wrong, it’ll cost you a fortune; that’s why we always have our machinery maintained at the end of the season. The LTA has been really helpful over the last few years because when they do their visits, they’ll also look at what machinery is needed and then it’s up to us to get prices. This year, they are buying us a new sprayer because ours is getting old, but thinking of it as a cost between three clubs makes financial sense for them and their aims.”


The involvement of the LTA during Matthew’s time at Cromer has been an important factor in progressing the courts. Every other year, a two-day seminar is held


The members are a good bunch 76 PC August/September 2019


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