Updated April, 2021
NB: Junior competition currently is played Saturday mornings. Matches commence at 8.30.
See Current Team List
Summer 20/21 has concluded with both teams playing in their grand final. Congratulations to the team members for an excellent season.
Next season starts on the 1st May 2021. Team entries closed on the 25th March.
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The last weeks of 2019/20 summer competition and the winter 2020 season were cancelled, both due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Winter 2017 and Summer 2018 saw a team beaten in the grand final in the winter and then going on to win the premiership in the summer.
Our juniors continue to play good quality tennis. Congratulations to the players and our coach, Ian Peter-Budge.
Winter 2016 Three boys teams competed this season.
Only one team made it into the four but were beaten in a very close match in the semi-final.
As all teams had gone up a level since
last season, the overall performances,
while possibly disappointing for the players, were worthy of congratulations.
Summer 2015/16 Five boys teams (where are you, girls?) completed the season with excellent results.
All teams finished in the top four. Sadly, two teams competed against each other in the semi-finals.
Two teams played in grand finals, with neither being successful but both made valiant efforts.
Congratulations to all teams - a mighty effort for the Club.
Winter 2015 again five teams competed and four made it through to the finals. Only the Open Rubbers 4 made it the grand final and,
in yet another nail-biting finish, managed to take out the premiership.
Congratulations to Tom Pepper and Remy Brown, particularly as this was their 4th consecutive premiership.
To all the other players, well done; another season of good teamwork.
Summer 2014/15 - Five teams competed, with four playing in finals.
Two teams were Premiers; Open Rubbers 6 and Open Rubbers 12. Both teams played to a nail-biting finish, which had their supporters more exhausted than the players.
Congratulations to members of all teams throughout the season.
Winter 2014 - Four teams competed and all finished in the top four of their sections.
Two teams were successful in becoming Premiers; Open Rubbers 5 and Open Rubbers 7. (photos below)
A proud and happy coach, Ian Peter-Budge,
was enthusiatic about the performances of the players in all four teams.
He plans to challenge them further in higher grades next season.
Summer 2013/14 -Three of the four boys teams played in finals and all three won their grand final, one in a real nail-biter finish.
The team members of Section 8 should not be discouraged. The Club is proud to have you playing with us.
Congratulations to Premiers of ERT Rubbers 7, Rubbers 9 and Rubbers 13.
An excellent outcome, resulting in a delighted coach. For all results, go to Finals Results
Summer 2012/13, Section 6 Boys were PREMIERS
and Section 13 Boys runners-up.
The Section 11 Boys finished up just out of the four.
All three teams have done the Club proud.
Hey girls! Where are you?
Winter 2012, Section 10 Boys were runners-up.
It's very difficult to win a pennant. Even finishing in the four is an achievement.
In Summer 2011/2012, two boys and one mixed team participated. The Section 14 Boys were runners-up;
a terrific effort.
Winter 2011 two boys teams played. Both teams fought hard all season and finished as runners-up.
Congratulations to all team members.
The Club is delighted that we had a 2010 Junior Girls team, the first for a long time.
The Saturday Girls 10 team played off in finals in their very first season.
Congratulations to Boys section 16 - PREMIERS 2008/2009
Our junior teams play in Eastern Region Tennis
All juniors playing competition must be Club members.
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