The Jack’s Abby Social Tennis League kicks off on May 19th in Newport, RI and they are currently looking for new teams and players to join their league.
Jack’s Abby Social Tennis League, which is operated by the USTA New England, offers the opportunity for young professionals in Newport to meet new people through the game of tennis. Leagues run for seven weeks and feature a doubles team format with hour-long matches. During matches, they create a lively atmosphere with off-court activities, snacks and music.
After matches, the fun will continue at The Red Parrot Restaurant, where you will receive 20% off food as being a part of the league. The year culminates in the fall with an year-end party at the Jack’s Abby Brewery in Framingham, MA.
The league is schedule to play from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Thursday night on three courts at Aquidneck Park from May 19th through June 30th.
Not in Newport often enough? Jack’s Abby Social Tennis League also has leagues in South Boston, MA, Medford, MA, Brookline, MA and New Haven, CT.
The Jack’s Abby Social Tennis League welcomes players of all ability levels between the ages of 21-40, registration is $75 per player.
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Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers is the Title Sponsor of the Jack’s Abby Social Tennis League. Based in Framingham, MA, this family-owned craft brewery was founded in 2011 by three brothers and has become a mainstay of the Northeast craft brewing scene. The Hendler brothers grew up in a family that promoted entrepreneurship and hard work- the foundation on which Jack’s Abby is based. www.jacksabby.com
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