Oaxaco Tennis has been bringing people together for 50 years (Bochout)

The chairman receives gifts from the sponsors. , © RR

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Oaxaco Tennis has celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. The club, with Capenberg’s grounds in Boechout, wants to bring people together on and next to the tennis courts for many years to come.

According to vice-chairman Godfried Frere, the club has been around for a really long time. “Stan Lehmanns rented tennis courts with several friends in Riverenhof from 1942. He played tennis regularly with groups of about twenty people. The group grew, and after a few wanderings the club settled on Capenberg. This is where It is where the non-profit organization Oxaco Tennis was founded, with Stan Lemmons as the first president.

The anniversary celebration was accompanied by several championships.

The anniversary celebration was accompanied by several championships. , © RR

Meanwhile, the union continued to grow. The number of tennis courts increased from three to five. Didier Vanderghote is currently the fifth president of the club. “Our The club is still very lively due to its nice grounds, lush green surroundings, spacious terrace and cafes. We offer a good range of lessons, internships, youth camps and competition with volunteers and monitors who get the best out of themselves. Oxaco Tennis is not a professional club aimed at making a profit. This is a club that wants to bring people together through tennis.” (Fasp)

Most Oaxaco members come from Boehoute.

Most Oaxaco members come from Boehoute. , © RR

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