Newsletter March 2022


Erina Wotherspoon


25 March 2022

President’s Report

A warm welcome to all at Parker Reserve TC. A particular welcome to all new members.

It is great to be back to competition tennis after such a long break. With the return to competition comes responsibilities to the Club. Remember to bag courts after play and to leave the club house tidy. Your committee works hard to provide a great facility for you so please ensure you play your part in keeping it great.

Good luck to all playing in competition, remember, it is a fun game and just enjoy, win or lose.

Sue Cornish

Did you Know?

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a worldwide program designed to prepare young people for life after school and encourages personal growth and development as well as community spirit and mindfulness.

Did you know that if you’re participating in this amazing opportunity, the club and coaches can help you achieve your sporting component of the award.

Chat with Andrea if you would like to know more.

Senior Competitions

HPRTC fields several mid week ladies teams and a large number of night teams in various competitions.

The mid week ladies fielded a team on Wednesday and 2 on Thursday in the FTG and DWLTA. As at Week 5, the Wednesday ladies are sitting at number 1 on the ladder.

If you’re interested in playing mid week ladies tennis please call Ros on 0412 869 403.

The club also fields mixed doubles, mens doubles, and open singles / doubles teams during the night in the KDNTA fixture. There are usually teams playing Monday through Thursday.

If you’d like to play (or just test the waters a little and put your name down as an emergency) please contact either James or Chris.

Welcome :)

Welcome to all our new members, please feel free to drop down on a Saturday afternoon around 2pm for informal social tennis.

Key Dates

April 9th

Morning working bee at the club - no junior tennis that morning so please come help out.

April 30th/May 1st 2022

Junior Winter Season kicks off Sat & Sun.


Please check that your membership is up to date, and let us know if you have changed email addresses recently, or are concerned you are not receiving club correspondence. Check with Chris or Erina.

Court maintenance and bagging

Please follow the steps below on completion of play:

  1. Start bagging at the back of the court, at the fence line.
  2. Bag in a circular motion towards the middle of the court
  3. After bagging, leave bag flat on the ground at the back of the court, under the “Bags here” sign.

bagging diagram