Tennis players return to the sport they love

Colin Hanbidge coaches brothers Murray and Millar MacKay.
Colin Hanbidge coaches brothers Murray and Millar MacKay.

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The new tennis season is under way at Campbeltown Lawn Tennis Club.

Last week, brothers Murray and Millar MacKay spent time with coach Colin Hanbidge, during a snow flurry.

Although the courts are now open to members, the clubhouse remains closed due to Covid-19 restrictions.

A club spokesperson said: ‘We hope to have a busy season with competitions this year. They weren’t allowed last year. We introduced a court booking system last year which was a great success. We also hope to run the summer holiday tennis sessions twice weekly for primary pupil members.’

For more information, visit www.campbeltowntennisclub.com and the club’s Facebook page @Campbeltowntennis

Brothers Murray and Millar MacKay testing their racquet during a flurry of snow.
Brothers Murray and Millar MacKay testing their skills during a flurry of snow.