Whether a complete beginner or a competitive player our team has experience teaching both.  Qualifying through the PTR and with Tennis Ireland we are proud to see a number of our team train within our academy to become coaches in their own right.  Safe to say we are on the same page when it comes to helping you enjoy the game.


We run camps throughout the year and welcome all levels of player.  

Groups are split by age and level to give your child every chance to make new friends and enjoy learning together.  To enquire about our camps head over to our get in touch page, we'd love to hear from you.




Q. Can I borrow a racket?

Ans: We are happy to provide a racket for you for your first session after which we ask you to provide your own. You’re welcome to try the rackets we sell on site.

Q. Can I join your program in the middle of a term?

Ans. Yes, after your first session with us we will recommend a program for you to join.

Q. Do you do private lessons?

Ans. Yes, we do private lessons on a limited, case by case basis. Sometimes you might want help with a specific skill or you have an anxious child who needs some encouragement and we would be happy to discuss private lesson options with you.

Q. Will I have to pay the full amount if I join in the middle of a term?

Ans. No, we will prorate the cost of the term based on when you start.

Q: Are your coaches Garda Vetted?

Ans. Yes, all LC Tennis coaches and staff are Garda Vetted.

Q: What type of training do the coaches have?

Ans. Our coaches are fully qualified with Tennis Ireland and/or the Professional Tennis Registry.


Q: When do the camps run?

Ans: Our camps run throughout the year typically during school holidays including the summer break. Please note that camps are run when allowed under the Tennis Ireland Covid 19 Health and Safety guidelines.

Q: My child has never played tennis before can they attend camp?

Ans: Yes once your child completes an introductory session with us we can recommend a group in the camp that will be suitable for them to join.

Q. What does a typical day look like?

Ans: Players are split into groups based on level and ability. Each day we focus on a specific shot to develop. We aim to find a player of similar temperament your child can practice with. The drills and games involve learning with and without the racket to ensure we develop your child’s athletic ability for the game.

Q: Should my child bring a lunch or snack?

Ans: Yes we have two breaks within the day. We recommend your child bring a light lunch, plenty of water, sunscreen, jacket and a hat.

Q: Do you offer before or after-care as part of the camp?

Ans: Yes limited spaces are available depending on the week you attend.