IT'S game set and match for young tennis stars of the future, thanks to the National Lottery.
Children at Rawthorpe Infant and Nursery School are to set up a special club to learn how to play the game after receiving £898 from Awards for All in Yorkshire.
The money will buy sports equipment and coaching to set up the club for the youngsters.
It aims to target pupils who do not take part in any other out of school physical activity.
And hopefully the project will enable coaches to spot budding Tim Henmans.
A spokesman for the school said: "It is great news.
"We hope a lot of the children will want to take part in the games and coaching sessions that we are to hold."
The school is among 16 local groups to receive cash as part of the latest round of funding for small community groups and organisations.
A total of 178 groups have received their share of more than £700,000 in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
Paula Ritchie, senior awards officer, said: "Awards for All has been successful at getting Lottery money out to small community groups across our region.
"The scheme is a rolling programme and we don't have deadlines, so groups can apply to us at any time."