London | JB Corrie win SAPCA’s Product Category Award 2023.

JB Corrie have been announced winners of the Product Category Award at the SAPCA 2023 conference for their innovative new product Clearplay.

Clearplay is an innovative glass tennis practice wall that can either be installed as part of a new tennis court or retrospectively into an existing tennis court surround. Clearplay showcases British innovation and British manufacturing at its finest.

Initially launched in 2022, Clearplay is a gamechanger with the ability to be installed within the surround to new and existing tennis courts, therefore not requiring additional space or a separate area. Understandably, Clearplay is receiving a huge amount of interest from tennis clubs and private individuals.

The event was hosted at St George’s Park National Football Centre, with an initial conference and exhibition before the awards ceremony.

JB Corrie is rightly proud to have been recognised amongst an impressive selection of innovative shortlisted products within the category. The award was accepted by Corrie’s Trade Sales & Marketing Manager Damian Chambers, alongside Luke Edwards, Assistant Sales Manager.

Damian Chambers (left) and Luke Edwards (right) receive their award from Colin Corline SAPCA Project Manager

SAPCA is the trade association for UK sports and play construction. Their goal is to build an active nation while ensuring that every project meets the customer’s expectations, is designed, built and maintained to last, whilst delivering excellent value for money. Their aims and objectives include:

  • Supporting better choices
  • Open communication
  • Sharing best practices
  • Supporting all projects
  • Maintaining integrity and ethics
  • Safeguarding the industry

JB Corrie is a supporter of SAPCA’s vision and has been a member for over 25 years.

Read more about SAPCA here. View their profile on SAPCA website here.

For more information about JB Corrie Clearplay, visit their website here.



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