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Vernon Tennis Association welcomes back players

The association still has memberships available for the 2023 season
The Vernon Tennis Association hosted their Welcome Back Players day on Saturday, May 27, where new members were treated to a barbecue lunch and hours of fun, round-robin play. (Contributed)

The Vernon Tennis Association (VTA) welcomed back new and existing members over the weekend, at its annual barbecue event.

Hosted on Saturday, May 27, the VTA had the chance to host their newest players, with three hours of friendly round robin hitting and lunch.

The activities proved to be a fun way to introduce the new players to current VTA members and its board directors.

If you are interested in becoming a member, the VTA offers reserved courts five evenings a week and one morning a week for competitive league and drop-in social play.

In addition, the association also hosts weekly doubles, mixed doubles and singles leagues, along with special camps and programs.

There is also a junior program, where youth aged six to 18 can compete in ladder tournament, and fun skill-based practices.

VTA play out of the Marshall Field Courts. They are public courts, but are reserved for VTA play five days a week. The four courts are located next the pickleball complex.

More information about the association can be found at

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Bowen Assman

About the Author: Bowen Assman

I joined The Morning Star team in January 2023 as a reporter. Before that, I spent 10 months covering sports in Kelowna.
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