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10 outdoor courts in Dieppe

The members of Dieppe City Council made official, during the final vote on the 2023 budget on November 28, the project to build 10 outdoor courts dedicated solely to pickleball. This is great news for all pickleball fans in the City and region.


Tenders will be launched in January 2023 to identify a company that can build this sports facility. The work should begin in the spring of 2023 and if everything goes well, we could hit the first balls before the end of the summer of 2023!


The courts should be located on the field (west) of the Arthur-J.-LeBlanc arena almost opposite the Amirault School. The project includes, among other things, lights, windbreaks, fences, parking lots, etc.


The Dieppe Pickleball Club and the City's project managers will meet at two levels. The first being the mode of operation of these grounds and the involvement of the Club. The second will serve as a consultation during the design and development to ensure that this complex meets the needs of pickleball players.


We will keep you informed as developments occur.


Thank you to Mayor Lapierre, councilors and councilors and employees who believe in this unifying project.

Source: Acadie Nouvelle

Club Donations
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Donation to the Antonine-Maillet School

Dereck Keough (l.) receives from the hands of Mike Doiron, representative of the Club, nine pallets and about fifteen balls.

This school will introduce its students to pickleball in the winter of 2023 during certain physical education classes.

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Donation to the Moncton East Youth Center

Club Board Member Mike Doiron (L) presented a check for $50 to Pickey French, Manager of the Moncton East Youth Centre. The Club received in return two chests to store the nets at the Dieppe schools.

Pickleball tournament in Dieppe on February 25, 2023

We are organizing a pickleball tournament for the benefit of the Southeast Regional Committee of the Acadian Games on Saturday, February 25, 2023 at the two gymnasiums of École Antonine-Maillet.


A gymnasium will be dedicated to a hodgepodge tournament for those who want to try a tournament. In this format, players change partners and opponents every game.


The second gymnasium will host a tournament for men's and women's doubles, 55 and under and 56 and over, 3.5 and under and 3.5 and over.


Since all profits will be donated to the Regional Committee of the Acadian Games, the registration fee has been set at $30 per player.


More details for registrations will be announced in January 2023.

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