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2012 Fall Team Tennis
13 Oct 2012
03 Nov 2012
San Francisco State University Tennis Courts
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DEADLINE EXTENDED! Sign up NOW.
One of GLTF's oldest traditions makes its return this October. This is one of our most social and entertaining tennis events of the year, coupled with ample tennis.
4 teams will spend 3 Saturday mornings engaged in a fun, friendly and competitive environment. This is a popular and much loved event so don't take too long to think about signing up. Only the first 28 registrants will get a coveted spot in this year's event. This is one event where you will have the opportunity to play and socialize with gorgeous men and women at different levels whom you wouldn't normally have a chance to compete with. Why wait?
The competition will be over 3 Saturdays at SF State University:
(we're skipping our favorite holiday weekend, Halloween)
For a mere $45, you will play 6 matches over 3 Saturdays. Match play will start at 9:30am and will finish around 12:30pm with a tasty lunch provided.
We are planning to have teams play in singles, doubles and combo doubles. Final format is contingent on registrants. Each player will be assigned to a team. Women and Men of all levels are welcome to participate.
Should the event fill up (and it will do so quickly), you can sign up as a substitute (by emailing us from the links below). Cost will be $10/day but there is no guarantee that subs will be needed. Hurry and sign up now to reserve your spot for Fall Team Tennis.
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