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GUIDELINES FOR CAPTAINS
LIST OF PLAYERS:
Prior to commencement of a match, captains are to exchange lists of teams in playing order, then write details of both teams on cards.
Please print details – check section number, names spelt correctly, scores added accurately, then sign and date the card. Home team to submit online Mail Form to the appropriate Record Secretary by 12 NOON the day following the match. It is the responsibility of the Home Captain to ensure all details entered online are correct. Failure to do so will incur a $10.00 fine. All captains MUST retain score cards until the end of the season. Record Secretary may request to sight card at any stage during the season.
When an emergency is used please ensure the emergencies name is written on the back of the card ONCE, and also in the Message section of the online Mail Form, in order to be registered -
Washouts cannot be declared prior to 8.15a.m. and must be mutually acceptable-
The team being given a forfeit shall submit the online WASHOUT/FORFEIT form.
Matches are to commence at 9.30 a.m. NOT HIT UP. A three minute hit up is permitted at the beginning of each set and a ten minute break is allowed between sets.
Four new V.T.A. approved balls to be provided by the Home Team.
Due to easing of restrictions, home teams may offer a light morning tea. Please continue to be respectful of players concerns regarding COVID.
Should any team wish to continue to BYO food and drink requirements as a courtesy please advise opposition Captains.
Please note: Morning tea break to be no more than 15 minutes.
All correspondence to the Association should be directed through the Club Representative. All correspondence to the Association must be on Club letterhead or via email.
All notices from the Association should be displayed on the notice board for all members to read.
The most important guideline is to read and know the Association Rules as well as the Rules . of Tennis. Remember we all play under Tennis Australia Rules of Tennis unless otherwise stated in our Rules and Constitution.