Club History



• Crosshaven Tennis Club was inaugurated in 1990 and three courts were built on the grounds of Crosshaven House.

• First President – Dennis Duggan
• First Captain – Marion Riordan. R.I.P.



• Our Clubhouse was built on the grounds and opened by Bernard Allen, Minister for Sport on the 1st October, 1995 together with Club President at the time Carol McDonnell.



• The three courts were upgraded to savannah. This was a big undertaking for the club and brought
courts to a new level and enjoyed by all. 




• A new Lighting system was installed in the club with upgraded lights on all courts and token boxes in the Clubhouse




• The Club held its first affiliated Open Championships. This open was a great success and is being run annually
with large numbers from all clubs taking part.



• A new patio/mini court was put in place on the front of the Clubhouse. This was a great asset to the Club and
is a wonderful viewing area for all three courts and can also be used as a mini court for junior members.
• We also developed our club carpark this year.



• Celebrated 25 Years

Club President – Paul Hannon,
Club Captain – Catherine Griffin

• Over the past twenty five years the club has gone from strength to strength. Our Club is always very busy with
Junior Coaching and Summer Camps for Juniors and our adult members keep our courts busy with social tennis and
training. Over the years our members have been very successful in Winter Leagues, Summer Cups and all Open Championships. 

Crosshaven Tennis Club
Celebrating 25 Years 1990-2015
Roll on the next 25 !!!!



The club undertook a major overall of our  tennis courts which included the re-positioning of Court 2 (away from the dreaded Orchard Wall) , improving court drainage and resurfacing of  all  three courts.This was enabled through  a major fundraising event called  The Cube which took place in the Carrigaline Court Hotel and was supported superbly by the Club Members.


Was a very exciting year with our bottom courts being re-surfaced.  CTC joined  the Tennis Ireland School Initiative Programme with Colaiste Muire Transition year students in 2017.The club was also accredited with the Tennis Ireland Clubmark bronze. 


We have now submitted our Sports Capital Programme application for 2018. The goal is to carry out alterations and renovations to the existing Clubhouse to meet disability requirements and facilitate community groups, local schools, and increase our membership.