ORYA’s Tennis program hopes to introduce young athletes to this fun and life-long sport. Small classes or camps offered in the fall, spring and summer offer players the chance to learn the sport and develop some of the basic skills needed to play for fun or prepare them for more intense training.
ORYA is currently seeking a Tennis Program Coach/Coordinator. This person(s) would be responsible for working with ORYA to create a program schedule and coach within their availability. Program logistics such as training dates, times, length of sessions are largely up to the coach while ORYA staff will manage program advertisement, registrations, payments, etc.
If you are, or know of someone, that is interested please contact Jim O’Hara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New players to game can learn from an experienced coach while having fun in a relaxed environment. Nancy Bulkley will again host this learn to play program designed to give young and new players a jumpstart to proper technique and skills needed to become future tennis players at the middle or high school level. LIMITED TO 8 PLAYERS.
ORYA is currently seeking a new tennis coach/coordinator.
This program offers players with previous tennis experience a chance to build on their skill set and learn new techniques, movement and tactics of match play. Nancy Bulkley (current ORHS coach and USPTA certified instructor) will bring her extensive knowledge to the court in hopes players are able to learn what can make them better life-long players. LIMITED TO 12 PLAYERS.CONTACT US
The Oyster River Youth Association provides inclusive, fair, diverse and developmentally appropriate recreational programs to the youth of Durham, Lee and Madbury, NH. ORYA meets the changing needs of the children and families in our community for sports and recreational activities by acquiring and maintaining facilities, promoting volunteerism and seeking collaborative and strategic partnerships.