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Central West

The Central West region covers the area from Hawkesbury and the Blue Mountains through to Broken Hill. This page will keep you up to date with the latest JDS scores, events, tournaments and competitions in the Central West Region. If you require any assistance with your tennis club, programs or facilities, please get in touch.

Junior Development Series

The Junior Development Series events are round robin singles events for junior players. The series is designed to give young players an enjoyable, development focused competitive tennis opportunity in their local region.

Players must have a Tennis Australia Member ID to enter. To obtain a Tennis Australia ID number please contact Tennis Australia Customer Service: 1800 PLAYTENNIS (1800 752 983) or email [email protected]

All entries must be completed online prior to the entry deadline. Entries will strictly close at 5pm on the Wednesday prior to the event. No late entries will be accepted; as per Central West Rules.

The Central West region will host events in the following age groups:

  • 10/U,
  • 12/U,
  • 14/U
  • 16/U
  • 18/U

Age group eligibility is the player’s age as at the 31st December 2020.

Not sure how to enter an event? Check out our step by step guide

Central West Calendar of Events

Central West has put together a calendar of events that will be held throughout the Region. This calendar includes JDS, Australian Ranking Tournaments, State Teams trials and State Teams event dates as well as Coaching Courses being held in or around the Central West Region.

To view the calendar please click here

Note: JDS Events in each region have been suspended. In the mean time, click here to find out more about the new UTR Super Series.

Rules and Regulations

Central West Regulations

Central West POINT SCORE 

Contact US

Regional Administrator – Karen Muller
Mobile: 0444 538 524
Email: [email protected]

 

Northumberland

The Northumberland region covers the area from Gosford through to the Upper Hunter Region and Dungog. This page will keep you up to date with the latest JDS scores, events, tournaments and competitions in the Northumberland Region. If you require any assistance with your tennis club, programs or facilities, please get in touch.

The Junior Development Series events are round robin singles events for junior players. The series is designed to give young players an enjoyable, development focused competitive tennis opportunity in their local region.

Players must have a Tennis Australia Member ID to enter. To obtain a Tennis Australia ID number please contact Tennis Australia Customer Service: 1800 PLAYTENNIS (1800 752 983) or email [email protected]

Not sure how to enter an event? Check out our step by step guide

All enquires related to the administration of JDS events are to be directed to the Regional Administrator in your area. No correspondence will be entered into with third parties regarding any administrative matters.

Note: JDS Events in each region have been suspended until further notice . In the mean time, click here to find out more about the new UTR Super Series.

Contact Us

Regional Administrator – Karen Muller
Mobile: 0444 538 524
Email: [email protected]

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