The Club' Anthem was composed in 1964 by Late Mr. Tunde Thomas (a.k.a.) Tunde Nightingale. He was the Club's Resident Band.
"Awa omo Yoruba
Ni'le l'oko k'a ma gbo
Toju ile baba wa
K'akoko to koja lo
Awa la yan l'asaju
Ka fi fe b'ara wa lo
Ka mase fa wa sehin
Awa omo Yoruba
Brethren of our noble club
Here and everywhere dispersed
Cherish ye the heritage
By our fathers bequeathed us
Be ye first among the best
Be ye friends and brothers true
Hoist the flag of progress high
In Yoruba tennis club"
Club's Prayer "Long live the chairman of yoruba tennis club
Long live the vice-patron and trustees of the Yoruba tennis club
Long live the past chairmen of the Yoruba tennis club
Long live the elders of the Yoruba tennis club
Long live the brethren of the Yoruba tennis club
Long live the sisters of the Yoruba tennis club
May those who love us continue to love us
For those who do not love us,
May we pray for them that in their own good time,
They may know what it means to be members of the Yoruba tennis club.
May all those who pass through the portals of Yoruba tennis club continue to prosper."
May the chairman of the Yoruba tennis club live forever!!!
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