Welcome to the Corowa Tennis Club

PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID-19 OUR COURTS ARE CURRENTLY ONLY ACCEPTING MATCHES / PRACTICE FOR TWO PEOPLE PER COURT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.

Located in the heart of Corowa’s Sporting Precinct
15 Grass Courts and 4 Synthetic Courts

About

Our club has a rich history

With 100 years of running a fabulous Easter Tournament  and names such as Sam Groth playing tennis at our club (as a junior) we certainly have a lot of tennis to chat about.

Competitions & Coaching

Junior Comp & Coaching

The club offers coaching for juniors (6 years & up) on a Monday afternoon via the generosity of volunteers over school terms 1 & 4.  In 2019 this coaching commences on Monday October 7th at 4pm.
A sub-junior competition is held each Saturday morning for those who are starting out not yet ready to play, or not old enough to join in the Under 15’s competitions.

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Saturday Competitions

The 2019/20 Season will commence in October and there are sections 1, 2 & 3 in the NERTA competition. Teams play Saturday afternoons and travel is involved. 

Under 15’s play on Saturday morning’s within the NERTA competition also. Travel is involved and play commences at 9am.

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Twilight Competitions

Is played on Wednesday evenings at 6pm and commences on October 30th running for 8 weeks and then a second competition runs from February for 8 weeks.
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Something For Everyone!

We are thrilled that our club has something to offer the most serious player, the casual player and all those in between. Our juniors are showing immense talent and our sub-juniors who start from school age anre certainly keeping the coaches and on their toes. Wtih kids sport on the radar of governments and schools we are pleased that we can offer a broad range of abilities the opportunity to learn and participate in this great game.

Highlights from 2018/19 Season

Corowa Red proved they were the best team in Section 1 with a methodical and at times flawless display of power and precision tennis. Wang Lawn were in the contest for long periods of time but were always playing catch up and never appeared likely to bridge the gap. Corowa Red gained the early ascendancy winning 3 of the first 4 sets and at this point of the match looked like they would take complete control of the match and force an early finish to the final. Wang Lawn’s women had other thoughts and in the reverse sets they dominated their opposition with two 8-2 victorys, it was left to Lawn’s men to attempt to keep the momentum going but they fell agonisingly short losing 6-8 & 5-8
which meant Corowa held a 5-3 set and 8 game advantage heading into the mixed sets. With the mixed sets split Corowa Red ran out comfortable winners. Corowa’s win was set up by their men who out played the Lawn men with a quality of tennis not seen for a long time. The only higlight for Lawn was the defeat of Scott Francis in the mixed coutesy of Andrew Pyta & Wendy Hogan, which was his first lose in 18 months. Corowa win has finally put a different name on the shield which has been dominanted by the Wangaratta teams. Congratulations and well done Corowa Red – Kim Borughton, Helen Fuge, Sharee Coghill, Claire Davidson, Chris Munro, Scoot Francis, Darrell Spencer, Greg Filliponi, Jono Keys, Peter Hamilton.
Wang Lawn – Wendy Hogan, Janelle Hartwig, Kim Brown, Emily Brown, Carolyn Shaw, Andrew Pyta, Ken Parker, Steve Russell, Shaun Ablazej, Robert Voss.

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Thank You To Our Fantastic Local Sponsors

These are the smiles of budding tennis stars, who have just finished tennis coaching for the 2018/19 season. We offer free tennis coaching for all school aged children on Monday afternoons from 4pm to 5pm. Two groups are coached separately to ensure all levels of skill are catered for.

Appreciation is extended to our volunteer coaches, in particular John Patzl who is a professional tennis coach. smile

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