Lagos Lawn Tennis Club
Lagos Lawn Tennis Club elects officers
The Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan last week held its 2019 election to choose its next executive officers. Mr. Ademola Akin-Taylor was elected unopposed as president, while Mr. Kola Peregrino became vice president also unopposed.
Chevron junior tennis development programme serves off July 22
The first phase of the Chevron Junior Tennis Development programme is set to serve-off on July 22 at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, the organisers have announced. The coaching programme will also take place in target Chevroncommunities across Nigeria, as well as in Abuja.
Poor facilities bane of Nigeria’s sports development, says Lufadeju
President of Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Gbenga Lufadeju has called on government at all levels, corporate entities and well meaning Nigerians to provide sports facilities in all parts of the country to encourage more youth participation in sports. Lufadeju told The Guardian at the weekend that Nigeria has the potential to thrive in sports if the…
Abuja, Enugu set for NCC Tennis League semifinals
The NCC Tennis League Cup has now reached the business end of the competition with the four teams that emerged from the round-robin group ties now having their sights firmly fixed on the N7 million winner’s jackpot. The four teams are Tech Vibes of Jos and Goshen of Ilorin from the White Group and Offikwu and…
Quarter finalists emerge in Governor's Cup Lagos Tennis
In other women's singles results, Melanie Klaffner of Austria beat Valeriya Strakhova of Ukraine 6-2, 6-7, 6-4. Ayla Aksu from Turkey beat Chiraz Bechri of Tunisia 6-3,6-4.
Lagos Lawn Tennis Club partners UK-based Culford School on exposure of young Nigerian players
Representatives of Culford Senior and Sixth Form School, United Kingdom, are in Lagos to partner with Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan to scout for young talented Nigerian tennis players...
‘With these lads, Nigeria will soon rule African tennis’
Sunday October 23, 2016 was a day every tennis stakeholder at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan, came together in one voice to acknowledge that the country ...
Part-time NASS requires constitutional amendment, says Osinbajo
The Vice President, who was responding to comments from members during the 90th Anniversary of the Yoruba Tennis Club in Lagos yesterday, stressed that such change would “go through the National Assembly”...