We are looking for nominations to
represent Bayside-Moorabbin for the Frank Sedgman Cup which will be
held on 29th July 2017 in Bendigo. See the Frank
Sedgman Cup page.
ARTHURS CUP 2017
to the Bayside-Moorabbin team which finished top of their pool, and made
it to the semi-finals before a washout was declared. More details here.
COX SHIELD - SPRING SEASON 2016
presentation of the Shield for the Spring season 2016 was made by Mrs
Olive Cox, widow of the late Daryl Cox, at the Bayside Regional Tennis
Association's AGM held on 15th May 2017. Congratulations to the team from
Carmelite Tennis Club. Further details on the News Page.
JUNIOR LEAGUE FOR 2017
Nominations are requested from eligible players who would like to represent Bayside &
Moorabbin Districts in the Associations Junior League competition
(formerly Junior Pennant). See further details
on the Associations Junior League page.
LADIES THURSDAY A1
Hopefully teams downloaded their individual fixture from TROLS before
the season commenced - this should be correct! As A1 started a week
before all other sections the current dates on the TROLS fixture page
are 1 week out. The Midweek fixture that Kerry emailed out before the
season commenced is correct. If you have any issues understanding this
change please phone Jillian Sanders on 9584 5260 or 0419 501 365.
The Daryl Cox Memorial
Shield is presented by Bayside Regional Tennis Association in
honour of services to Tennis by Mr. Daryl Cox. Learn more about Daryl
Lawn Tennis Club - Clubrooms redevelopment
visiting Beaumaris Lawn Tennis Club will need to be aware of changed
access arrangements. See the News item here.
MOLIK CUP 2016
This is a 12 years & under team competition comprising two
girls and two boys representing Bayside/Moorabbin. If you
would like to nominate to be in the team, further details can be found
on the Alicia Molik Cup page.
- SUNDAY SCORE SHEETS
Many teams are not completing score sheets correctly.
See details on the Junior - Sunday page.
RELATING TO TENNIS MATCHES
From time to time the BRTA
Committee receives complaints from clubs relating to various aspects of
tennis matches. Please note that any such complaints must be on club
letterhead or they will not be considered by the Committee.
IS YOUR CLUB FINANCIAL?If not, you may be
missing out on match points!
Any Club which has an
overdue debt to the Association exceeding three months may become ineligible to receive match
points. No teams from these clubs will receive any match points until the outstanding debt
is paid. Match points lost are not generally reinstated.
Clubs currently ineligible for match points are:
Clubs currently in danger of becoming ineligible for match points are:
For more information about this penalty, see the News Page.
BY BANK TRANSFER TO THE BRTA BANK ACCOUNTMost clubs
are now taking advantage of the ability to make payments via
direct bank transfers 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 bank transfer or direct deposit so that it can be identified on the BRTA's bank
The description must
include THE NAME OF THE CLUB.
Try to avoid abbreviations. The name must uniquely
identify the club.
If it is
possible, would you please also include the BRTA invoice number if
There have been numerous bank transfers which have had
inadequate descriptions or no descriptions. Please be careful with
abbreviations, and be aware that a description such as "ATC", "CTC",
"BRTC" or "CPTC" etc may not uniquely identify a club. Any
amounts which cannot be uniquely identified will be held in a separate suspense account
within the BRTA accounting system.
Check out our
FAQs page here.
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.