BY DIRECT DEPOSIT TO THE BRTA BANK ACCOUNTA number of clubs
are now taking advantage of the ability to make payments via
direct deposits to the BRTA bank account. If you wish to use this payment method,
would you please note that it is ESSENTIAL
to include a description
with the direct deposit so that it can be identified. The description must
(1) the name of the club (abbreviated if necessary but must uniquely
identify the club), and
(2) what the payment is for, for example team fees or an invoice number.
There have been several direct deposits which have had
inadequate descriptions or no descriptions. Please be careful with
abbreviations, and be aware that a description such as "ATC", "CTC"
or "CPTC" etc may not uniquely identify a club. Any
amounts which cannot be identified will be held in a separate suspense account
within the BRTA accounting system.
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As provided in the Association ByLaws, matches may be stopped due to excessive
Refer to this link for selected
current temperature readings: BOM
- Latest Weather Observations for the Melbourne Area
ADVERSE WEATHER BY-LAW
The paragraph in
By-Law 12 regarding adverse weather was amended at a Special General
Meeting held on 17th October 2011. The amended wording is as follows:
"In the case of wet
days, the away team Captain may contact the home team Captain or
authorised representative of the home club, to determine if their courts
are playable that day. If both Captains agree to abandon play for the day,
the home team will advise the Association that the game was a washout and
points will be divided equally between both teams."
Under the previous wording,
both teams were required to attend at the venue, and play could not be
abandoned until 60 minutes after the stipulated starting time.
The amended by-law is
effective immediately. Note that the visiting team should not contact the
home team until 1 (one) hour before the starting time of the match.