2 Historical Moments On December 17, 1903, the first flight by Orville Wright took place at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. It lasted only 12 seconds, at a speed of only 6.8 miles per hour and was recorded in this famous photograph. 115 years later, in the Fall of 2018, Art Fitch, CCPL co-captain at Seagrass Plantation, also made … Continue reading Click here to see Art’s Pickleball Video using a Drone mounted camera
(contributed by Stan Piesla on December 2, 2018) It turns out that one of our own Coastal Communities Pickleball League players, Tom Murphy, of the Bethany West Team is quite the video producer. Here's just a sample of his artistic work. Let's hope there's more to come! Thank you, Tom, your video added a new level … Continue reading Click here to see the Inaugural Video for the website from Tom Murphy
contributed by Stan Piesla 10-27-18 The 2018 Coastal Communities Pickleball League Season is now completed - our first full year of play. This final week saw temperatures plummet for the matches played on October 23rd & 24th. As you will see in a few of the pictures here, some players look like they're dressed to … Continue reading The Fall Season Finale
Contributed by Stan Piesla October 20, 2018 Just back from a two week vacation. So, it's been awhile since I've posted pictures that have been sent to me. Thanks to all who contribute. I hope all captains will make an extra effort to send me some cell phone pictures (just a few pics please) … Continue reading It’s Time to Catch Up
Batting a thousand on the weather front! Forest Landing played Bethany West Team 2 on Wednesday, September 26th.Thanks for the picture, Trice - it is appreciated! As our numbers grow, and the larger number of players at each match increases, the use of the Round Robin System makes more sense to help manage play.
September 26, 2018 Many Thanks to Tom Murphy for these great photos taken at Tuesday's match in Bethany Beach! And Tom, maybe you would consider the job of Roving League Photographer? The perks are many: You'll be out in the fresh air. You will only work a few hours a week. You will get to … Continue reading Photo Gallery