Lost property - where to find it
We have been instructed that we cannot store lost property in the disabled toilet. It is now in the back storage shed. To access it you need to ask a Committee member (see list below).
Clubhouse work almost finished
Boroondara Council has completed roof work and eave replacement on the clubhouse. The eaves have still to be painted.
MEMRLTA finals: Congratulations to our Section 3 team for their win in the final where they defeated Wonga Park 45-28.
Eastern Region Summer 18/19 season Tennis finals:
In the Seniors competition 3 teams of 6 made the finals but lost the semi-final.
In Sat Juniors of 8 teams, 6 were in semi-finals and Sat Rubbers 18 and Sat Boys 6 won their semi-finals.
Congratulations to Ocean Xie and Adryan Lim of Sat Rubbers 18 for winning their final against Doncaster
and congratulations to Sat Boys 6 team of Josh Allan, Liam Wray, Alex Macrae and Caden Wray
for winning their final against Willison Park.
The Sun Juniors, Rubbers 2 North Balwyn Green team got to the Grand Final at home but went down to Currawong.
Annual Subscription were due on April 1
For membership queries email Peter McCaw on firstname.lastname@example.org
Cashless Club We have no cash box so we are unable to store cash. If you need to pay a membership application in cash call Peter McCaw on 9817 2940.
No Club Championships 2019 Due to low entries the event was cancelled.
Defibrillator stolen: we have no defibrillator .
Your Committee for 2019
Many of you will know club member Paul Bisiani, and have enjoyed his company and food at his Mitcham Thai restaurant. As a supporter and sponsor of our club, Paul is extending an offer to all North Balwyn Tennis Club members: http://northbalwyntc.org.au/nbtcfiles/memberoffer.pdf
LED Court Light Project
Our LED light project completed last August replaced the 1000W metal-halide lights on Courts 1-4 with 400W LED Hawk-Eye lights, and new poles and LED lights were installed on Courts 5 & 6.
We thank Balwyn Community Bank® Branch of Bendigo Bank for a $5,000 grant towards the total $74,000 cost of the project.
Membership enquiries: email Peter McCaw on email@example.com.
Member Protection Policy
As an affiliated member of Tennis Australia we adhere to a code of conduct contained in the policy document known as Member Protection Policy http://www.tennis.com.au/about-tennis-australia/reports-and-policies/policies
Attachment A of this document is Tennis Australia General Code of Conduct. It has 14 points, the first "Respect the rights, dignity and worth of others". Section 8 of the Policy deals with Harassment, Abuse and Discrimination. As a member of the Club you should be aware of and abide by these rules. While the Member Protection Policy has particular emphasis on children we as a Club must adopt a policy as required under the Victorian Child Safety Standards. As a community sports club we adhere to the Victorian Code of Conduct for Community Sport http://sport.vic.gov.au/integrity-in-sport/victorian-code-of-conduct-for-community-sport
Access is by security card. Contact membership secretary Peter McCaw if you have not received instructions on access and use of the clubhouse.
To help pay the cost of electricity and pay for our new lights we ask members to pay $10 per court hour for court lights. In the absence of a cash box payment can be made in envelopes provided and given to a Committee member, otherwise use EFT with an explanatory email sent with the receipt..
There is a Google Calendar booking system at http://northbalwyntc.org.au/nbtcfiles/courtcalendar.html or email us if you want to book a court under lights.
Members are entitled to bring a non-member as a visitor up to 12 times in a year. The charge for visitors is $5 per visit and the visitor should be signed in by the club member in the visitor's book and the payment made in an envelope. Please gently remind anybody who does not seem to be aware of this rule.
Smoke-free children's recreational areas
The Tobacco Act 1987 prohibits smoking within 10 metres of outdoor public children’s sporting venues during organised sporting events. This includes training or practice sessions to prepare for an organised underage sporting event, and breaks or intervals during the course of the event, training or practice session.