DLTC SUMMER LEAGUES FINALS 2015
Three Malahide teams reached the finals of Summer League in Castleknock on Sunday 28th June and all three won their events.
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Pictured here are the Captains of the winning teams complete with trophies...Steve MacNicholas (Mens 5th), Karen Nugent (Ladies 1st) and Stephen Nugent (Mens 1st)
For info on past MLTCC league final appearances, please click here
(Additional Roll of Honour info is available via bottom option in left hand margin. Many thanks to Alan Rooney for compiling these figures)
MEITHAL - “LOVE YOUR CLUB” SUNDAY 7TH JUNE – AT 12:00 NOON
Many thanks to all the members who turned up on Sunday last. Great work was done to clear, landscape and plant all the grass areas and borders around the new courts. And a number of the benches got a lick of varnish and some tender loving care.
Shauna's Strength & Conditioning Class
Shauna's Tennis Specific Strength & Conditioning Class . Sign up sheet on Club Notice board for days of preference.
Click here for info
Fantastic Junior Success
Congratulations to our Juniors who had great recent success
Malahide III lost to Brookfield 1's 2-1in final of Class 3 u12's ( all 3 matches went to champions tie break )
Photo Below from left to right
Kevin Reilly, Cian Whitney, Lorcan Loughrey, Greg McKernan, Cillian Deburca and Sean Quilligan
Team Members not in picture Cian Hurst, Joseph Madigan, Louis Gaughan
Class 1 u12 winning team who beat Templeogue 3-0
Photo from left to right
Back. - Ben McCarthy, Charlie McCarthy, Zach Murphy, Gavin O Neill
Front. James Egan , Dylan Leeman
Team members not in picture : Brendan Crean and Dan O'Leary
Dylan Leeman ( Below Right ) and Zach Murphy (Below Left) who played in a Tennis Europe U12 event in Barcelona last week.
Both lost their first round matches but then won 4 matches to reach the consolation final where Dylan overcame Zach in 2 sets.
Well done to both lads
Friday Club Night
Please come along and enjoy a great night of tennis and craic and support the organising team led by Adrian Devally
Malahide International Players
Malahide LTCC players updated World Rankings - Week Commencing 27th April 2015.
This week's ATP World Rankings see James Cluskey's doubles ATP ranking climb to a personal career high of 152. James and fellow Irish player and Davis Cup partner David O’Hare recently announced their new partnership and got off to a great start in a Challenger tournament in Brazil last week reaching the semi-finals, only to lose out in a championship tiebreak 4-6, 6-1, 7-10.
Peter Bothwell's ATP World Singles Ranking shows improvement to #1507, from a position of #2204 at 2014 year end. Great progress in 4 months for Pete as he progresses his career.
Both lads are aiming to be available for at least some of the Club's Summer League matches again this year.
Club Championships 2015
Monday 27th April
We are reviewing the plans for the Club Championships over the next week and would appreciate member feedback.
What works well?
What improvements would you like to see?
Please give any feedback to the General Manager - Michael Byrne --- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan and Lisa
The Court Booking for all courts has been in operation for a few weeks now and thank you to all members who have embraced it. We will be reviewing the trial over the coming weeks.
We have amended the check in procedure whereby you can now check in using your email address OR your membership ID. Your membership ID is a four digit numeric code…. For codes with less than 4 digits you should input leading zeros… e.g. membership ID is 43… input 0043
You should find your membership ID on the back of your membership card. Alternatively a list of the member IDs is available in the folder on the desk beside the check in terminal
We will continue to monitor and review the operation over the coming weeks
Junior Orange Event Photos
A couple of photos from the Orange Ball event held last week (Feb '15) in Malahide between MLTCC, Clontarf LTC and David Lloyd Riverview are now available. Click here or go to the Photobook in the left-hand margin.
Have you got any MLTCC memorabilia? Please click here for more info.
Centenary Tennis Club Notice
Malahide LTCC has just been accepted as a member of the Association of Centenary Tennis Clubs (CTC) at the organisation's 2014 AGM in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The CTC is an umbrella group of tennis clubs more than 100 years old, including some of the most prestigious clubs in the sport. Initially founded by eight clubs as a pan-European association, they now have an extensive and truly global membership and are recognised and supported by the International Tennis Federation (ITF). All member clubs have a history dating back at least one hundred years, with a significant sporting tradition and social role. Including MLTCC, there are only 68 member Clubs globally and we are only the 3rd Irish Club admitted, Fitzwilliam LTC and Carrickmines LTC being the other two.
The aim of CTC is to uphold the traditions of tennis, as well as the spirit of fair play which is inherent to this great sport. The organisation looks to achieve this through organising competitions and other sporting and cultural events; arranging tennis workshops and seminars; and generally supporting the activities of member clubs around the world. The Association also strongly encourage the development young talent, give their support to a range of junior events, and seek to foster the future stars of the sport.
This is a really prestigious tennis organisation and an honour for Malahide.
Membership is not easily granted and we are seated amongst some of the best Tennis Clubs in the world.
It is hoped that the Club will actively contribute to the CTC over the coming years and will benefit from being part of such an association.
We will have a CTC section and link on the Club website in due course, for information here is the link to the website
Junior Coaching Application Form here
Please see menu items under Juniors Tennis in the left hand panel for all information affecting Junior members.
Round Robin - Forms & Rules
Click here for Round Robin Forms
NEW Round Robin Rules. Click here
Homepage notice - GENERAL
- Members - please DO NOT CHANGE the login password. This is a common logon ID & password used by ALL members! Thanks.
- For Rules, regulations, policies and procedures, look under Rules in the left hand pane
- Information about the court booking system has been moved to a new menu item under Club Development in the left hand pane.
- For Club General Manager & Director of Coaching Contact details: See Contact Us in left hand pane
New General Manager Appointment
MALAHIDE LTCC APPOINTS NEW GENERAL MANAGER
The President and Committee are delighted today to announce the appointment of a new General Manager at the Club. Michael Byrne will take up this new position on Monday, 9th March following the approval of the members to fill the position at the recent AGM. The position is part-time at 25 hours per week and Michael will be in touch with members immediately in terms of contact details and hours of attendance at the Club. The Committee is very confident that Michael is the ideal candidate to fill this position and that he will make a big contribution towards the further development of the Club.
Michael has been associated with Sutton LTC for a long number of years. As well as playing tennis competitively, he became actively involved at Committee level and was Captain in 1997 and has also been Vice President, President and Honorary Secretary over the past 12 years. During that time the Club put in place a number of initiatives to develop the tennis facilities. He was also Hon Secretary of the Dublin Lawn Tennis Council for seven years and he plays golf in Howth GC off a handicap of 9.
Michael worked in Bank of Ireland for 40 years up until 2014 and this covered a wide range of areas with particular emphasis on Operations Management, Process Improvement , Project Implementation and Customer/Stakeholder Management. For the past ten years he worked at Senior Management level as part of the implementation of the very successful Bank of Ireland Joint venture with the UK Post Office.
We offer Michael a warm welcome to Malahide and assure him of the support of members and Committee alike.