...in alphabetical order
Saturday and Sunday afternoons, a friendly game of rubber bridge
Tuesday afternoons, organised by Dougie Anderson.
Thursday evenings from 7pm to 9pm lessons, revision and supervision.
Dinner and tournaments on Thursday evenings
Head of Bridge Section: Jenny Pratt
The cricket season starts in May and lasts through until end of September.
The games start at 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
There are regular fixtures with visiting teams and tournaments running throughout the season.
Keep an eye on the notice board and the site for fixtures and matches.
Head of Cricket Section: Les Clack
Training on Thursday evenings.
Matches on Saturday and Sundays mornings.
All ages, fitness and skill levels welcome.
Head of Section: Robin Groom
For 20€ in 2012, members can join the Golf Section which entitles them to participate in various activities:
• Two weekends away each year, one of which will be Saint Saëns (between Rouen and Dieppe) in April 2012.
• Various competitions during the year at Villarceaux in the Vexin, wonderful scenery and a warm club atmosphere. The section has negotiated with the Villarceaux committee a package, which gives us essentially all the benefits of full-time membership for the price of a normal weekday only membership rate. In 2012, SAC members who are under the age of 36 pay 825€, and those over 36 pay 1,194€ for full membership rights at Villarceaux. There is currently no joining fee in order to join Villarceaux.
Head of Golf Section: Simon Murphy
3 all-weather courts and 5 clay courts
2 tennis coaches:
Francis 06 27 36 56 18
Pablo 06 89 72 64 57
You can contact them directly.
You need a red badge (blue for children), which you can pick up from Dale at the office. You must give him a passport photo for this. In order to book your court in the morning, simply put your badge on the requested time slot, when you arrive, on the board outside. Don’t forget to take your badge off the board after play. If you do forget, you will find it has been put into a box of forgotten badges at the front desk.
Tennis tournaments are organised in the Spring.
Looking for a partner to play tennis with? Don’t hesitate to talk to one of the tennis committee, or Marco at the snooker table, if you wish to find a player of your level.
Head of Tennis Section: Melvyn Cooke
There are two squash teams at the club.
Training on Monday evenings, matches on Thursday evenings.
If you do want to play, Saturday afternoon is a good time to find a partner to give you a game, or there will be a squash player around who will find you a partner to match your level. Just make sure you have shoes with the correct soles for playing on the courts.
Head of Squash Section: Sean Lafleur
Before starting, you must play snooker with the light on, so you must put a 1€ coin in the box. Snooker is only permitted for children over 12 yrs-old and those children must be under adult supervision at all time.
Don’t forget to sign up in the Autumn for the annual tournament. The finals are played on Burn’s Night in the New Year.
Don’t hesitate to talk to Marco if you wish to find an opponent to play against, at your level.
Head of Snooker Section: Marco
Step and Sculpt
Wednesdays 1h45 and Pilates 2h30 new
We currently have a few places left in the Monday morning Step and sculpt class: Class duration 1hr30mins. This workout includes a warm-up, then 40 mins of heart-pumping, fat-burning step aerobics. The body sculpting segment targets all major muscle groups using 1kg to 4kg of free weights and special resistance tubing and ankle weights for arms, legs and bum work. Core strength segment places special emphasis on integrating abdominal, back and bum muscles to give you a balanced core. We end the class with a slow static stretch/balance segment.
Head of Gym Section: Pam Hennebert
The swimming pool opens in May when the weather begins to warm up, and closes in mid-October.
We have two swimming lifeguards, Sedo and Regis, alternately on duty on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Lessons and regular aquagym classes can be directly arranged with them.
Rules must be respected and children must be with an adult at all times.
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