Very good dynamics at the tennis club

La Charite-sur-Loire. USC Tennis General Assembly. The USC tennis section met in general assembly in the presence of Hakim Amaich, sports assistant, and Éric Rousset, representing the Nièvre tennis committee.

President Christophe Blondelle welcomed in his moral report the very good dynamics of the club after two complicated years following the pandemic. “The club is back above the threshold of 100 members, including around 40 young people,” he said.

The leisure/competition link, conviviality, the significant presence of women (one third of members), the tennis school (with lessons still given by Christophe Brulfer) are all fundamental pillars for the club.

Christophe Blondelle also held out to the municipality for the major work undertaken this year (relamping of the covered court, total refurbishment of two outdoor courts) which allows the club to maintain its sports policy: around fifteen adult teams involved in the winter championships or spring, four young teams, two tournaments (at Easter and in July) which succeeded last year with a hundred registrations.

Janine Labonne, treasurer, highlighted, in her financial report, accounts in balance, while Dimitri Guyon drew up a very positive sports report.

Before closing the general assembly with a glass of friendship, Christophe Blondelle called on the volunteers who invest themselves on a daily basis for USC, while appealing to goodwill who would like to invest in life. of the club.

Coming. Now it’s time for the last matches of the winter championship as well as the tennis school’s end-of-year party which will take place on Saturday 10 December afternoon.


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