6 June 2019 | Tennis Victoria

Tennis Victoria is once again proud to be able to fund a total of 19 clubs who are looking to increase female participation at their club. A total of $45,430 has been granted to clubs to ensure they provide a safe, welcoming and friendly environment for women and one that addresses some of the barriers to participation that women and girls find when accessing tennis.

The full list of recipients is as follows:

Club Name Program Name Lifecycle Focus Funds Granted
Altona TC Get (back) into Tennis! Female Adults (25+) with no children  $2,500
Ashburton Uniting TC ’Mum’s Turn’ Tennis Program Female Parents  $2,500
Camberwell Junction TC Mum’s Tennis Female Parents  $2,500
Centenary Park TC Cardio Fit Tennis for New Mums Female Parents  $2,380
Coburg TC Women In Tennis @CoburgTC Female Parents  $2,500
Doncaster TC Mothers United Tennis program Female Parents  $2,500
Essendon TC advantageGIRLS Transition Tennis Program Young Female Adults (18-24)  $2,500
Hawthorn TC Uniting & Encouraging Mum’s and Daughters in Tennis Female Parents  $2,500
Healesville TC Any Ladies for Tennis? All categories  $1,700
Hillside TC Women’s Hit and Play Social All categories  $2,500
Kingsbury TC Mums & Bubs Tennis @ Kingsbury T.C Female Parents  $2,500
Mayfield Park TC Mums in Tennis Female Parents  $2,500
Merlynston TC Tennis 4 Females Female Adults (25+) with no children  $2,500
Moomba Park TC Encouraging girls/women  to be involved Young Female Adults (18-24)  $2,150
Royal Park TC Women’s Social Tennis Morning Female Adults (25+) with no children  $2,300
Swan Hill LTC Cardio program All categories  $2,500
Tally Ho TC Mums Tennis Fun Female Parents  $2,500
West Brunswick & Glencairn TC’s Women’s Cardio & Social Female Parents  $2,500
Yarrawonga TC Ladies Give Tennis a Go Female Parents  $1,900
TOTAL  $45,430


If your club is looking to get more women and girls involved, please contact your Participation Leader or visit our Game Set Match website which has lots of information and resources to help you attract and retain female tennis players.