With the summer Pennant season now in full swing, our Division 1 Ladies' and Men's teams will be playing their first home games at the club tomorrow afternoon.
So, why not come up to the club and support our top players and see some of the best tennis on display in Perth. What could be more relaxing than sitting on the terrace with a drink and a sandwich ...
The summer season has started and Saturday Social and Sunday Smash Tennis have now moved to the summer timetable. Saturday Social will start at 2:00pm and Sunday Smash, 2:30pm
We hope everyone will enter into the spirit of the social tennis this year - to play good tennis and enjoy ourselves with lots of camaraderie.
This year we have 18 pennants ...
The Club's Opening Day was held October 18, with over 100 people attending the afternoon session when the Lord Mayor, Lisa Scaffidi, officially opened the 117th playing season of the club.
Other invited dignitaries included Mr Michael Sutherland, MLA for Mt Lawley and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Mr Geoff Quinlan, CEO of Tennis West, Mr Gavan ...
A healthy number of 50 people enjoyed the John Hughes breakfast function on Friday 14th August.
John was at his impressive best, regaling the audience with stories from his childhood, his personal life and his business dealings.
A little known fact was revealed that the name “J.Hughes” is engraved on one of our Pennant shields, however, that was ...
Our other ladies team, playing in Women's Division 1 Thursday night doubles, captained by Tracey Hondros, also did the club proud, winning their grand final, having to beat the top finishing team, Cottesloe, at their home ground.
The winning team was Mareena Weston, Fiona Davis, Stacey Holmnas, Meredith Wilkinson and Tracey Hondros and supported ...
The team, captained by Kimberley Kain and managed by Ted Reiss, had a thrilling upset win in their finals.
Making the win even more impressive, they first had to win their semi-final away at Reabold after finishing third on the ladder, then battle the heat at Sorrento against the League's minor premiers.
Tied in sets and almost in games after the ...
As part of refurbishing some of the past features of the Club, the Committee investigated the viability of replacing the 12 flagpoles along the eastern side of centre court. The previous steel poles had been cut off at ground level due to safety concerns as a result of corrosion.
Thanks to the efforts of Club Captain Ric O’Donnell, a proposal of ...