Special Olympics

For those starting out, mini tennis red is ideal as it uses light weight rackets, sponge balls and is played on a badminton sized court enabling athletes to learn new skills that encourages success. As players progress, introducing an orange or green transition ball ensures further development .

We are actively working with local organisations to develop ourselves as a venue for special olympics tennis programmes. Please get in touch with us if you would like to discuss about how we can help organise events.

Help us make a difference today!

There are many ways you can show your support –

  • Change the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by building confidence through sport.
  • Challenge preconceptions and raise awareness of intellectual disabilities by making local communities focus on what people with intellectual disabilities can achieve, rather than what they can’t.
  • Empower our athletes and ensure that they have a part to play within their local communities.
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