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The Tennis Queensland Primary Schools Cup (previously Brisbane International Schools Challenge) is a team tennis competition for Queensland Primary Schools which uses modified equipment and numeric scoring.

This competition is about encouraging participation, providing a positive experience playing tennis, growing friendships and giving students the opportunity to represent their school in a team environment.

This competition is divided into 3 divisions.

  • Division 1 – Mixed is the competition pathway for teams wanting to qualify for the State Final held at Brisbane Tennis. (mixed teams)
  • Division 1 – Girls Only is the competition pathway for girls wanting to play in a girls only competition. Teams can qualify for the State Final held during Brisbane Tennis.
  • Division 2 Participation is about encouraging participation, providing a fun, social playing experience and giving students the opportunity to represent their school in a team environment.

Each School Sport Region will host a Red Ball event for schools to participate in. The winning teams from each event will qualify for the State Final.

Each team is required to pay a $50 entry fee (inc GST).  Schools will be invoiced prior to the event taking place.

All Red Ball teams consist of 8-10 players and must be accompanied by a team manager.

Want to Play?

Take the chance to be part of a fun, inclusive and team oriented competition! If you are interested in entering a school team, please the calendar below and enter via the Entry Form Link.  Further information  in regards to competition guidelines for both red ball competitions can be found through the links below.

Competition Guidelines

TQPSC GUIDELINES

Court Size & Equipment

Red Ball – view court

Court Size:              11m x 3m Singles & 11m x 5.5m Doubles
Ball:                             25% Compression
Age:                             Up to Year 4

Code of Conduct

TQPSC – Code of Conduct

ENTRY

Enter your team/s here: https://form.jotform.com/210667006918861

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