Tag: tennis


There have been two competitions in the past couple of weeks. A wonderfully friendly competition with a relaxed atmosphere against Manor House. The girls performed well and really enjoyed themselves. We have also taken part in the Waverley Trials at Charterhouse and are currently awaiting any selection results.


First Formers are really getting into the swing of cricket and thoroughly enjoyed having a full afternoon of cricket at Bramley Cricket Club last week Wednesday. Mini games took place on the outfield whilst we were very fortunate to have Marcus, one of the clubs players, lead a bowling session in the nets. Last Saturday the girls put this training into practise against Epsom College. Although the results didn’t quite go our way, they have made tremendous improvement in understanding the game as well as with their individual skills.


A manic morning of rounders took place last Saturday with the U13’s and U14’s playing against Epsom College and Gordon’s. All matches against Gordon’s finished with a win and there were mixed results against Epsom College.


Several different tennis competitions are on the go at the moment with lots of players involved. Girls have enjoyed taking part in friendly matches against Tormead and Charterhouse where, overall, we won and lost respectively. The first round of the Surrey League competition took place against St Teresa School and the team are now looking forward to the next round of matches. In the Aegon Competition the U15/U14 team took on Claremont where some fantastic rallies were played and we came away with a very convincing win. In the Aberdare Cup, PF A were drawn to play against PF B. PF A won and are now through to the finals where we are still waiting to find out who our opposition will be.


Tennis opportunity, Saturday 4 November 2017, 2.00pm to 4.00pm. Free tennis trials open day at Prior’s Field for girls in school years 5 and 6, mini-green and yellow ball standard, approximate rating of 10.2 or above. This is a free opportunity to benefit from a coaching session with Prior’s Field tennis academy’s director, Jorge Munoz Martin and fellow academy coaches.

With 25 years’ experience of playing and coaching tennis in Spain, France, Italy and the UAE, Jorge is a former Davis Cup captain for the UAE and has coached former ATP (Tennis Professionals Association) top 70 players as well as top 27 WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) players and ITF (International Tennis Federation) Junior Players. He is highly experienced at identifying potential in young players. For further details and to book a place for your daughter: contact Jorge Munoz Martin via email tennis@priorsfieldschool.com or mobile 07539 045371. www.priorsfieldschool.net/pf-tennis-academy.