In compliance with barrier gestures, the workplace of the Tennis Club of Aucamville (TCA) held its annual basic assembly. A pleasure to satisfy, on this context not conducive to conferences, in conviviality and in a willingness to alternate to ascertain a listing and focus on sure tasks.
The club is happy to rely the identical quantity of licensees as the earlier 12 months and the understanding of licensees confronted with this harsh actuality, realizing that the disabled sports activities part has been in a position to preserve its actions. The return to high school in September went effectively with the group of youth tournaments, the early resumption of coaching, a primary sector plateau, a multi-chance match and the begin of the staff championships.
For the first half of 2021, the leaders of the TCA categorical the want that coaching can resume utterly and that it will likely be attainable to totally mission into the season. This includes demonstrations and occasions, particular to the club, akin to leisure, platforms, tournaments, outings in addition to championships in the completely different classes …
The arrival of padel
As far as the tasks are involved, one of them is near the coronary heart of the Aucamvillois club: the institution of a padel part. A want to diversify but additionally to reply to a requirement from some that would emerge in the coming months …
Changes throughout this meeting, with the passing of the baton to the presidency. Indeed, after 4 years at the head of the TCA, with dynamism and brio, Aurèlie Palengat has left the place of president to Régis Garrigou. Congratulated by Patrick Ferrari, sports activities assistant of Aucamville, she nonetheless stays lively inside the club as vice-president. Also observe the departures of Magalie Godaill, Éric Bonneval and Gautier Garaut.
The new workplace consists as follows: president Régis Garrigou. Vice-president: Aurèlie Palengat. Honorary President: Michel Poussou. Secretary: Daniel Escobar. Treasurer: Christine Mayaux. Adult leisure committee: Jean-Claude Duong. Youth Commission: Olivier Louis-Dutarn. Tournament fee: Julian Bonnemaison. Subsidy / sponsors fee: Joël Rousset.