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More than 70 attendees at Poole Park this week
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Tennis for free | Weekly Round up | Week 5

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Tennis for free | Weekly Round Up | Week 5 Easter Weekend

Despite the Easter Weekend, we still had a truly egg-cellent week up and down the country, with many sites showing improvements on the previous week and 4 sites welcoming more than 10 new visitors this week alone. A big shout out to Poole Park (Bournemouth), Cassiobury Park (Watford), Cooper Park (Elgin) and Tam Rec (Mitcham) who welcomed over 40% of our new attendees between them.

This weeks top 10 for brand new attendees are as follows

Poole Park (Bournemouth), 22
Cassiobury Park (Watford), 17
Cooper Park (Elgin), 10
Tam Rec (Mitcham), 10
Sunderland Tennis Centre (Silksworth), 9
Hednesford Park (Cheslyn Hay Tennis Club), 9
Gosforth Central Park (Newcastle), 7
Arboretum Park (Walsall), 6
Priory Park (Georgians Club), 6
Joseph Hood (Merton), 6

This weeks top 10 attendees

It was a big week down in Bournemouth where the fantastic work put in over the last week saw 72 attendees turn out (almost 30 more than this weeks second place). So big congratulations go to Poole Park who returned to the summit this week after a couple of weeks off.

This weeks top 10 are as follows

Poole Park (Bournemouth), 72
Pype Hayes Park (Sutton Coldfield Tennis Club), 49
Hednesford Park (Cheslyn Hay Tennis Club), 35
Beacon Park (Lichfield), 35
Joseph Hood (Merton), 35
Gosforth Central Park (Newcastle), 31
Priory Park (Georgians Club), 31
Cassiobury Park (Watford), 29
Cooper Park (Elgin), 28
Trowbridge Park (Trowbridge), 25

This weeks biggest climbers

There were definitely some big climbers this week. Pool Park (Bournemouth) welcomed 24 more attendees than last week, Seafield Gardens (Bournemouth) also welcomed 17 more than the previous week, whilst Brunswick Park (Wednesbury), welcomed 11 more. The additional sites who performed better this week were Beacon Park (Lichfield), Sunderland Tennis Centre (Silksworth), Joseph Hood (Merton), Arboretum Park (Walsall), Richardson Dees Park (North Tyneside), Mary Stevens Park (Dudley), Priory Park (Dudley) and Cooper Park (Elgin), 

Site of the week.

This weeks site of the week most definitely goes to the site that not only welcomed the most new people, it also welcomed many more than the previous week, and also achieve the highest attendance (for the 3rd week this year). Congratulations to Poole Park (Bournemouth), a fantastic achievement and no doubt good to be back on top.

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