Kippax Tennis Club

The Kippax Tennis Club is located on the corner of Southern Cross Drive and Moyes Crescent Holt ACT.

The club facilities consist of four synthetic grass courts, external hitting wall, club house and a BBQ area, which are available for hire.

Membership fees are applicable for a full year from signing up or renewing.

New T-Shirts

They’re here – see Shop.

Bunnings B-B-Que

There will be another Bunnings B-B-Que in June. Details later, so keep in mind.

Enjoy your tennis

Latest news from Kippax Tennis Club

(excerpt from Committee minutes)

As you all know, an application for a Capital Grant was was placed for $42,000 this was for the resurfacing of courts 3 and 4 in hard surface.

After many talks with Wayne Lacey from Sports and Rec. and also Hayden from Grass Sports, Wayne has increased our Capital Loan application from the $42,000 to $65, 000. This amount plus our earlier grant of $39, 000 plus our contribution of $46,000 would cover the costs of the 2 hard courts, plus the resurface of courts 1 &2 plus complete fencing of the complex = ( $150,000) which is what was quoted by Grass Sports. In the event of the Capital Grant not coming through, Courts 3 & 4 will be resurfaced in rebound ace in February 2017. So good things happening at last………..Graham has been around and wished all our sponsors a Merry Christmas and thanked them for their support. All are on again for 2017. Subway is under new management and will continue their sponsorship.. LJ Hooker are thinking about returning to our sponsorship list.

Graham ordered 3 new Club T/shirts which were modelled beautifully by Graham and Tom. Photo’s and an order list will go up at the Club for future orders
Cost of Shirts is $36.50 each –

Graham wrote to the Sydney Rabbito’s re sponsorship for the new Hard courts ………….Rabbit on the base line.

The getting to Know You and Thank You night last Friday evening at Lyneham ACT tennis was a great success. It was so nice to meet the other committee members and also to learn that they are all having a battle to maintain their courts – so we are not alone there.

There are talks of having a bi-monthly meeting of all clubs to discuss issues which is a great idea as there has never been any interaction with them.

Rebel Sports Points System is working well with Adrian being able to get tennis balls at no cost to him.

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