Athletics play an integral role in the total development of our students, promoting sound minds, bodies, and spirits. Participating in a sport here helps our students build meaningful friendships and experience valuable lessons that will remain relevant for the rest of their lives. We are part of the Penn Jersey Athletic Association , the Tri ...
Tennis Courts. The Nassau Lions Men's and Women's Tennis team matches are hosted at Eisenhower Park. Nassau County takes great care of the facility and give our teams a place to call home. The complex is made up of hardcourt surfaces.
Ramer Field Tennis Courts. The Ramer Tennis Courts include 6 hard court tennis courts. Located just east of the Falcon Softball Field, during the tennis season, these courts are home to Falcon Tennis. Additionally, the courts are used by Campus Recreation for sport club and intramural use. These courts are also open to the community.
Barrack Heights Sportsfields 2 and 3. open. Barrack Heights Sports Field, Daphne Street, Barrack Heights NSW 2528.
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Albion Oval, Ash Avenue, Albion Park Rail NSW 2527.
FIELD 1 is located on Hagy's Ford Road, in front of the tennis courts. FIELD 2 is located inside the track. DIRECTIONS TO WELSH VALLEY COMING FROM THE EAST: Drive west on Conshohocken State Road (Route 23) into Penn Valley. Take a right onto Hagy's Ford Road. Go 1/3 mile, take left onto Tower Lane. The School will be 1/4 mile ahead on right.
Rockfield Tennis Club was established in 1983. We are a local community club and pride ourselves on our open and friendly atmosphere. All levels of members are welcome. We are a multi-surface facility offering articial clay courts, astro and hard. Even if you've never picked up a racket before - there's a place for you at Rockfield Tennis Club.
Since then, the Barrack Field (together with the Common) has been used for various military purposes, including artillery exercises, physical training and large-scale military parades. The Royal Artillery Cricket Club played on a cricket ground here (dating from the 18th century); and to the east there were tennis courts and football pitches at various times.