Will to Win Foundation Projects

     
  The Kidsworks Tennis  
     
 

We are proud to work with the amazing children's charity Kids Company to offer free tennis lessons via our Will to Win Foundation. The nets they were using were donated by Wimbledon as well - which means that the children got to play across the same nets as tennis heroes
like Andy Murray and Serena Williams.

 
   
  See more about Kidsworks Tennis Project  
     
   
  Tennis sessions in France 2013

The first cardio session took place in Beaumont Perigord

   
   
Foundrising Motorbike Trip  
   
Will to Win Director Steve Riley and Tennis Coach Steve Oshea had a wonderful and exciting trip  
   
London to Marocco  
   
http://www.justgiving.com/steve-riley5 and http://www.justgiving.com/steven-oshea  
   
 
 
   
   
The London Kids Tennis Challenge 2012

Congratulations to St Mary's School (Hounslow) who won this years final

  INSPIRING KIDS TO BE THE NEXT CHAMPION
   
 
     
 

Primary schools from 10 boroughs competed in the London Kids Tennis Challenge (LKTC), a project Inspired by London 2012. The Grand Finals, held at Will to Win Hyde Park on Friday 06 July, were won by St Mary’s Primary from Hounslow.

The LKTC is an inter-schools competition designed to give London’s children a taste of mini-tennis, which is played with a softer ball and a lower net to make it easier for young children to enjoy. The event, which is in its inaugural year, has been set up to introduce sport to children and young people in communities across the Capital.

Tennis For A Life sent trained coaches into Primary Schools across London to run mini-tennis taster sessions and even provided rackets, balls and nets for free. The schools then nominated a boy and a girl from each session to head into Friday’s Grand Finals.

“This is a fantastic way to get schools across London to come together to take advantage of the great sporting facilities we have in the Royal Parks. The standard of tennis here today was very high and hopefully some of these children will be inspired by London 2012.” Linda Lennon CBE, Chief Executive, The Royal Parks