Rudston Tennis Club
Rudston Tennis Club is a friendly, thriving club that offers year round tennis. We have 2 “All Weather” courts and one grass court that is used during the summer months.
We welcome players of all ages and abilities and can offer the following types of tennis:
- Social Club Sessions (all year)
- Local League Matches
- 2 Men’s teams
- 1 Mixed Doubles team
- 1 Ladies Team
- Pre- and end of season social afternoons
- Year round tennis for all members
Whatever your level of tennis, we're sure you'll enjoy belonging to this small, friendly club. Download our brochure.
How to find us
The courts are within the playing fields just along Burton Fleming Road in Rudston. Park on the verge and the courts are over the stream on the other side of the road.
How to join
Come along to any Club Session (Sunday mornings at 10 am or Friday evenings at 5.30 pm) or contact any member of the Committee or a Team Captain.
Evening Club sessions start mid April and matches begin the last week in April.
Matches are played on Tuesday evenings (Mixed), Wednesday evenings (Ladies), Thursday evenings (Men). All evening matches start at 6.30 pm unless otherwise notified.
Club Sessions for are:
- Friday evening – 5.30 pm
- Sunday morning – 10.00 am
Courts are open at all times. Non-members and guests of members are welcome upon payment of a Visitor Fee of £2 (Adult) or £1 (Junior). Fees to be paid to any Club member or put through the Crossley’s letter box (Kiplington, Long Street, Rudston).
Membership Fees 2018 are:
||Family Membership (includes children up to 18 years)
||Student Membership (holidays only)
||Young people up to 18 years (in full time education)
Subscriptions are due by 31st May, payable to Rudston Tennis Club and should be sent to:
Steven Wilson, Treasurer, The Old School House, Middle Street, Kilham, DRIFFIELD, YO25 4RL
The committee is elected annually at the AGM held in the Autumn of each year. Currently, the Officers of the Club are:
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Use of Courts
Please note that the courts are open to all, but anyone using the courts who is not a member of the club is required to pay a Visitor’s Fee. The annual membership fee is so reasonable that even if you only wish to play outside of the summer match season and take advantage of our two fantastic all weather courts, it’s still a great deal!