12th April 2021
Following the announcement by the government that tennis will be permitted from 26th April, Tennis Ireland have issued a comprehensive document outlining the protocols for returning to play during level 5 of the Covid-19 restrictions. We urge members to familiarize themselves with this document and implement the measures contained within the framework to help safeguard all our members. This will in turn allow all of us to play safely and keep our communities safe while the threat of COVID-19 exists.
Please read the document below before visiting the club from April 26th
22nd October 2020
Tennis Ireland has received clarification from Sport Ireland of the new level 5 restrictions.
As sports facilities are not recognised as essential services, the decision of Government is that all gyms, leisure centres, swimming pools and other sports facilities including Tennis Clubs and courts must close during the Level 5 restrictions. This includes both indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
Full details available HERE
No Tennis activities will take place during the Level 5 restrictions with the following exceptions:
- Non-contact training / coaching can continue for school aged children under the supervision of designated coaches. It must occur outdoors in pods of no more than 6 players per court. A maximum of 4 players can operate on the court at any one time while remaining in their own sections of the court, with up to 2 other players rotating in and out as required. All activities are subject to strict social distancing and those players not on court must always maintain a clear 2m distance from others.
- High Performance / Professional Players are permitted to continue to train both indoors and outdoors.
21st September 2020
Tennis Ireland issued fresh guidelines today following the government’s announcement that Dublin will be subject to level 3 of the Framework for Restrictive Measures, these have been updated in the documents below.