Notice of the Club Annual General Meeting

18 11 2016

DUMFRIES SPORTS CLUB (NUNHOLM) A G M

MONDAY 12 DECEMBER 2016 at 18:30 HOURS

To be held in the Sports Club

The AGM is an important constitutional gathering for the members of Dumfries Sports Club to hear about the progress of the Club, recent and ongoing development of facilities and the many achievements of the various sections and their members during the past year. The meeting also provides a forum for members to put forward their ideas for the future of the Club.

A minimum of 15 voting members are required to conduct the AGM. Please note, Junior and temporary members are not eligible to vote.

Voting members may make written resolutions and suggestions for consideration at the AGM but these must be received by the Club Secretary at the Club address before Monday, 5th December 2016.





Women Only Charity Fun Sports Day – Sunday Sep 4th

23 08 2016

Dumfries Sports Club at Nunholm is holding a women only sports day in aid of the local charity Dumfries and Galloway Disability Sport. It takes place on Sunday, the 4th of Sep starting at 11am.

Amanda and Rosy ready for some fun at the Women’s Charity Sports Day

Amanda and Rosy ready for some fun at the Women’s Charity Sports Day

Individuals and teams of 5 people upwards are invited to join in. Amanda Creedon-Bass from the Sports Club said “The emphasis is on a fun few hours of activities which will give an opportunity to have a go at a variety of sports; netball, football, tennis, cricket, and hockey plus an obstacle course with prizes for the winning team and as importantly the best-dressed team. No experience is necessary, just bring your trainers and your friends.”

Sandra Proudfoot, Head of Delegation for the Special Olympics Team, said on behalf of Dumfries and Galloway Disability Sport that “it is great that the club are supporting us as a charity. We hope that the inspiration of the Rio Olympics and Team GB will inspire a few people to have a go and try some new activities. Appropriately the inspiration of the Paralympics for those we help will be starting in Rio the following Wednesday”.

Entries to the “Trainers On” event can be made by emailing dumfriessrc@gmail.com and sending in an entry fee of £30 per team, with proceeds destined for D&G Disability Sport.

An entry form can be downloaded here
2016 4th Sep – Heels Off Trainers On Entry Form

More information can be found online at www.dumfriessrc.club .

2016 Sep Womens Sports Day poster - web





Summer Holiday Camps at Nunholm

26 06 2016

There are plenty of junior activities on at Nunholm over the holidays with tennis, cricket and multi-sport summer camps. Get in touch. Details can be found below.

2016 summer brochure extract

 





Success for 2 Dumfries stars

20 06 2016

Dumfries Tennis Club recently hosted the Dumfries & Galloway Junior Tennis Championships. This year saw the biggest entry the competition has ever had with 42 children taking part from Beechgrove Tennis Club in Moffat, Seaforth Tennis Club in Annan and Dumfries Tennis Club. The weather again was kind to the players and spectators as the kids battled it out over 8 events. In the 8s and under mixed event Daniel Palmer (BTC) beat Euan Sharp (DTC) 10-3 in the final with Jacob Holden (DTC) edging past Devon Jones (STC) 14-12 to claim third spot. In the consolation final Ben Rogerson (BTC) beat Erin McCluskey (DTC) 10-3. In the 10s and Under events Rose Brown (BTC) won the round Robin event with Amy McMillin (BTC) finishing 2nd and Tessa Wilson (BTC) finishing 3rd. I the boys event Fergus Reynolds-Lewis (DTC) beat Ben Rogerson (BTC) 4-1 in the final with Flynn Dalgliesh (STC) beating Zac Trotter (DTC) 4-0 to claim third place.

In the girls 12s and 14s event Catie Palmer (BTC) claimed both titles as she beat Grace Johnson (BTC) in the 14s final 4-1,4-0 and she beat both Grace and Mia Jackson (BTC) to secure the 14s title. In the 12s boys Jed Simpson (DTC) beat Brandon Smith (BTC) in the final with Finlay Reynolds-Lewis finishing 3rd. The 14s and 16s boys events were claimed by Cameron Welsh. Cameron beat Ewan McMillin (2nd) and Finlay Johnson (3rd) both  BTC, in the 14s event and he beat Robbie Grieve (STC) 7-5, 6-1 in the final of the 16s.

Jed Simpson 12s

Jed Simpson 12 & under champion

 

Rose Brown & Fergus Reynolds-Lewis 10s

Fergus Reynolds-Lewis picture here with Rose. 10s & under champions





Sign up: Women Only Fun Sports Day – Sunday 12th June

29 05 2016

Something for the ladies…. women only FUN sports day! Come on girls, ditch the heels and come to glorious Nunholm for a day of have-a-go team sports while all the proceeds go to Dumfries & Galloway Disability Sport.

£30 per team, prizes, BBQ, bar, great day out…

Download your entry form hereHeels Off Entry Form 2016

2016 Womens Sports Day poster - image x600





Tennis is a sport for everyone – join the weekend fun!

6 05 2016

Try tennis for free this summer at a Great British Tennis Weekend event! Thousands of free events will be taking place throughout the summer and all across the country, with sessions to suit the whole family. There are Highland Spring Mini Tennis sessions, family time, free play, Cardio Tennis and numerous other kinds of activities to get involved in.

Rackets and balls will be provided, so whether you’ve never picked up a racket before or you’re a seasoned regular – there is fun to be had.

Weekends will take place throughout summer, but will mainly be on 14th/15th May and 16th/17th July.

Great British Tennis Weekend





Wimbledon Ticket Ballot 2016

27 03 2016

Wimbledon Ticket Ballot

Dumfries tennis club has received another good allocation of Wimbledon tickets this year, 6 pairs. We have also for the second year in a row been given Men’s final tickets!

Please contact Lister, Lister.McKiddie@walker-sharpe.co.uk before the club ballot if you would like to be entered into it. It will be held on Monday, 4th April at 8 pm within the Farries suite of the main sports club. The tickets are:-

  1. Tuesday, 28 June – court 2 – £40;
  2. Thursday 30 June – court 1 – £69;
  3. Friday, 1 July – court 1 – £72;
  4. Friday 1 July – centre – £89;
  5. Sunday 10 July – court 1 – £29;
  6. Sunday 10 July – centre – £160.

The club will do a manual ballot and it will be a case of first out gets first choice and so on. Any member of Dumfries Sports club can take part in the ballot as long as they have joined the LTA as a member of British tennis 24 hours before ballot and also opted into the ballot on the LTA website on their member page, 24 hours before the ballot. Tickets are issued in pairs and seniors and juniors can take part although juniors must be 9 or over. Those successful must attend in person and juniors must be accompanied by an adult. Those who are successful can take anyone.

We will need the winners to decide quickly on the tickets they would like and once all tickets have been allocated, we will advise LTA of the winners, the LTA will then contact the winners by email or post and tickets will be paid for over the phone or via the website. You will have 14 days from the LTA contact to make payment, if payment is not made someone else in the club will automatically get the opportunity of purchasing the tickets. You should therefore ensure that the LTA details for you which you should be able to access on the LTA website are correct and up to date including your address and email address. You will get more information on Wimbledon if you go on the LTA website.