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Introducing: PICKLEBALL

You may not have heard of Pickleball, it is the fastest growing sport in America, and is rapidly gaining popularity in the UK too. The game is a cross between badminton, tennis and table tennis. It’s great fun and brilliant exercise for all the family. Join us on Sundays from 9.30am to 11.30am to have a go. 

We have experienced players on hand to guide you through the basics. Learn more about Pickleball here: How to play Pickleball.


What is Pickleball?

Pickleball is an indoor or outdoor racket/paddle sport where two players (singles), or four players (doubles), hit a perforated hollow polymer ball over a 36-inch-high (0.91 m) net using solid-faced paddles.

Growing interest in the sport is attributed to a number of factors including a short learning curve, appeal to a wide range of ages and fitness levels, and low startup costs.


Pickleball in St. Just

We are lucky enough to have experienced players living locally, they are on hand at our Sunday morning sessions to guide you through the basics. We have 4 indoor courts set up on a Sunday morning from 9.30am to 11.30am, it’s just £3 (1 hour) or £5 (2 hours) per person, and all are welcome.

All the required equipment is supplied, just wear comfy clothes, and trainers if you have them.

On Sunday Mornings All Are Welcome

Pickleball is great fun and an excellent form of exercise for the whole family. All ages are welcome on Sunday mornings, there is no upper age limit, you can make it as energetic, or not, as you like. Come and give it a go!

Progress To Tuesday Evening Club Sessions

The Tuesday evening sessions are run by the First & Last Pickleball Club, and are for experienced players over the age of 16. If you already know the game’s rules and are ready to dive right in with other experienced players, please come and introduce yourself to the group.


Phone: 07824 829237


9.30am – 11.30am

All ages and abilities welcome. £3 (1 hour) £5 (2 hours) per player.

4.30pm – 6.30pm

Experienced players over the age of 16. £3 (1 hour) £5 (2 hours) per player.