Tennis Wales recruit coaches to support juniors across North and South Wales


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The junior county performance programme provides regular training and competitive opportunities for over 200 junior players across North and South Wales.  The coaches who act as age group captains and assistant captains play a vital role in the county tennis experience for these players and their parents. 

Tennis Wales will now begin a recruitment process to appoint highly skilled and motivated coaches to deliver junior county training and inter-county competitions for the next two years.  These coaches will form a cohesive team in both North and South Wales who will be at the forefront of our work at this stage of the pathway. 

Head of Performance for Tennis Wales, Chris Lewis said “County tennis is valued highly in Wales and we have ensured that it holds an important place within our 2020-24 strategy.  We have improved the packages on offer to county captains to recognise the work which they do and we are determined to improve the county tennis journey of Welsh players and parents.  We would like to thank the coaches who have done such a good job in these roles over the last two years and all of the players who continue to train and compete with passion for our two counties.” 

If you would like to find out more about the county performance programme please  click here for our new guide.


Please click on the links to the job descriptions for the county captain  and assistant county captain roles in South Wales.

Please click on the links to the job descriptions for the county captain and assistant county captain roles in North Wales.


To apply to become a county captain click here.


To apply to become an assistant county captain click here.


Deadline for applications is Friday 26th June.


When applying please also complete our Equality and diversity form.


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