We have completed our Annual Plan for 2020. We want to share it with you. What are our most important tasks? If I was to summarise the Board’s goals they are: More people playing and enjoying tennis Higher levels of retention Opportunities for those who want to improve their game Efficient delivery of administration An…

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Tennis South Canterbury’s position on the COVID-19 outbreak situation continues to reflect the positions advocated by the Ministry of Health, Sport NZ and Tennis NZ – stay at home and in your bubble! Update: 6 April, 2020 All tennis, tennis programmes, competitions and coaching to be cancelled – including private coaching – until further notice.…

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Future of Tennis Discussion Document It is important that we consider the future delivery of tennis in South Canterbury as we face pressure on playing numbers as well as considerable upcoming maintenance costs of the Trust Aoraki Tennis Centre. What will tennis look like in South Canterbury over the next 10 to 20 years plus?…

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It is my pleasure to present my 2019 report. Running tennis is very busy – just ask Mandy. And as a Board we could easily get distracted by the day to day noise and forget to think about the bigger picture. Questions like – what are the influences on tennis today, how and when it…

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2019 Preen Scholarships for SC Affiliated Players – we are very fortunate to have and are extremely grateful for the ongoing support of the Preen Family who have once again very generously donated Personal Tennis Scholarships for our SC players for 2019. Two categories are applicable – Junior Development Scholarship (2 scholarships available of$250 each)…

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President’s Report It is my pleasure to present my 2018 report. One year ago we got underway by documenting what we wanted to achieve for the year and the steps required. In summary these fitted into six key categories. Governance: To have an effective board that focuses most of its time and energy on discussion…

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Senior (Vets) Rep team that competed at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin on Queens Bday weekend. The team got 5th beating Southland and playing against Canterbury, Canterbury County, Central Lakes, Otago, Southland.    

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ALPINE ENERGY JUNIOR INTERCLUB Term 4, 2017 A GRADE WINNERS: WAI-ITI A1 Players: Noah Cook, Max Wilson, Ben Goldingham, George Lister, Aaron Kavanaugh RUNNERS-UP: HILTON-GERALDINE A2 Players: Arabella Acland, Brianna Howell, Brooke Dwyer, Molly-Kate Morrison, Zara Coleman B GRADE WINNERS: WAIHI B1 Players: Harry Smith, Blake Borrie, Ben Pawsey, Jake Brown, James Guerin RUNNERS-UP: HIGHFIELD…

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The Claremont Tennis club recently opened their upgraded tennis courts after a big fundraising effort by the members. The original courts were laid in 1963 with 33 tonnes of hand mixed concrete and a number of cracks had developed. After investigating the different options, the club decided to go with Tiger Turf surface to be…

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2018 Preen Scholarships for SC Affiliated Players – we are very fortunate to have and are extremely grateful for the ongoing support of the Preen Family who have once again very generously donated Personal Tennis Scholarships for our SC players for 2018. In a slight change this year – we have two categories – Junior…

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