Tramore Tennis Club

Dlight are proud sponsors of Tramore Tennis Club.

Tramore tennis club is a private club with excellent facilities and an outstanding community feel. The club boasts five newly renovated courts with an additional practice wall and mini-court for younger kids.

The Irish Lawn Tennis Association was founded in Dublin in 1879. In the following year, Cannon Toppin and Daniel Power established Tramore’s first Tennis Club in the grounds of Newtown House, where regular tournaments were played throughout the 1880’s.

By the end of the 19th century, the club had new headquarters at Hill Quarter Road. In 1903 the committee acquired four courts from Mr.Wright of Albion House.

In 1976 a forward-looking committee decided to plan for the future of the game. Their development plan included the conversion of the existing grass courts into four hard courts. Because of their vision and the later installation of lights members can avail of all the year round tennis.

Tramore AFC

Dlight are proud sponsors of Tramore AFC.

The club was founded in 1952 by a small group of determined football enthusiasts, ever since it has been a great club for local footballers to develop.

The club has had a successful history at Graun Park, with many advancements in facilities, pitches and stands. In more recent times Tramore AFC has been crowned FAI Youth Cup Champions 2018.

Best of luck to all Tramore AFC teams for the 2018/19 season from all at Dlight.

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