Playing & Competition Options
We have a number of competition options available for Juniors and Adults.
The club enters penant teams in the North East Regional Tennis Association (NERTA). Teams play home and away matches Saturday afternoon’s & some Friday evenings. The season runs from October through to March.
For more information about the 2019/20 season please contact Greg Filliponi on 0428 185 494.
View the tennis draw’s for the 2019/20 season below for Section’s 1, 2 & 3.
As a club we are committed to ensuring that Juniors in our local area are playing tennis. Let’s not forget that Sam Groth was a member or our club and played some of his junior tennis on our courts.
There is a great NERTA competition held on a Saturday morning and in the 2018/2019 season our Under 15’s were runner up in the Grand Final.
For more informatoin about this competition please contact Greg Filliponi on 0428 185 494.
For school starters to under 12’s we run a Saturday morning, turn up when you can competition. This format of tennis is a great way to introduce the game of tennis to kids and help them learn how to score, plus tennis ettiquette and the game itself.
Cost for this competition is $4/week and via a club membership with the option of junior or family membership. For more about this competition please contact Claire Davidson on 0419 716 656
Wednesday night twilight tennis is a fantastic social comp that runs over the summer months, November through to March. Teams are made up of 4 players (a reserve is handy) and 3 sets are played on the night. One set with each team member. Games commence at 6pm and we ask each team be ready to play at 6pm.
The night is made even more enjoyable with a BBQ on offer at the finish of play each week and liquid refreshments are available at the bar for players and spectators from 6pm.
For more information please email our club Secretary Kim Broughton on: firstname.lastname@example.org
2019-2020 North East Regional Tennis Association Draw’s
Click on the link below to view the draw for Section’s 1,2 or 3