Ladies Midweek Competition
LMW Autumn Competition 2020
Up to 2 Unplayed Matches will be rescheduled this Competition AFTER MATCH 14 for all Divisions.
PLEASE NOTE: Rescheduled unplayed matches will NOW include either WET WEATHER or called off matches due to EXTREME WEATHER Conditions.
The Unplayed Match from 11/2/20 will now be played on 26/5/20
RESERVED PARKING (behind the main club house)
LADIES Please DO NOT PARK in the parking spots designated for Staff and CoM Members.
Please respect this request.
REMINDER TO ALL TEAMS.
Players are to be on the courts at 9:30 am sharp ready to start 5 minute warm up. Hit-ups are allowed up to 15 minutes PRIOR to commencement time if courts are available.
Maximum of 3 minutes break between sets except for sets 2 & 3, 4 & 5, 6 & 7 where no more than 5 minutes may be taken.
ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS
New By-Laws approved (Section consistent with Tennis Australia's Extreme Weather Policy)
1) Thunderstorms and Lightning.
The definition of a thunderstorm is where lightning can be seen and/or thunder can be heard. Any storm which produces thunder means lightning is always present, even if it is obscured by cloud (it is the lightning which produces the thunder). The simplest and most effective way to assess this distance of lightning is the 30-second rule. If there is less than 30 seconds between the lightning and thunder, then the lightning is within 10 km of the listener. (30 seconds at the speed of sound is 10.2km). When a lightning strike is within 10km of the event, officials and administrators who are responsible for the event must suspend play and ensure players, officials, coaching staff and guests are removed from the area to a safe place, such as a large, structurally sound building.
Play can resume once the threat of lightning has passed, which is measured by the lightning and thunder being greater than 30 seconds apart.
2) High Wind
High winds have the potential to create dangerous conditions for players, officials and spectators. The relevant Officials and Administrators must ensure the health, safety and well-being of players, officials and spectators as the overriding priority and where windy conditions create an unacceptable risk and have the authority under this policy to suspend or cancel play.
Examples of windy conditions which create an unacceptable risk and where play maybe suspended:
. Foreign objects being blown onto the court,
. Court furniture or court fixtures being disturbed,
. Fences or court equipment being damaged, or
. Player health being effected by the force of the wind.
3) Sand, Dust or Smoke (Airborne Contaminants)
Any situation in which the air quality is compromised presents a risk to players, officials and spectators, especially if they have a pre-existing medical condition. Airborne contaminates can come in may forms, but the most common are sand, dust or smoke. The relevant Officials and Administrators must ensure the health, safety and well-being of players, officials and spectators as the overriding priority and where the air quality conditions create an unacceptable risk, have the authority under this policy to suspend play.
If smoke is present it is recommended that the source is determined to ensure that the smoke is not toxic, not likely to worsen or is not due to a fire in the vicinity. If the smoke presents any danger, through reduction in visibility or ability to breathe properly, then play must be suspended or cancelled and all patrons removed to a safe area.
Excessive Heat: The latest heat change has been rescinded by the Exec Committee, going back to the rule in existence prior to it By-Law 11(a) x). The temperature will be taken from the thermometer mounted on the Main Club House Wall. This by-law will be revisited in depth at a later date.
Ladies Midweek Competition
Competition Secretary - Penny Ryan 9899 7951
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays from 9.30am till 3.00pm - 4 ladies per team play each day, with each lady playing 4 full sets, tiebreak at 5-all. No Play during NSW public school holidays.
Cost: Registration $110 per team per Competition, plus annual ETDTA Membership Fee (Adults $43 and Seniors $38) per financial year for each player.
Competition Match Fee will be $40 per team per match, and Home Team will be provided with 3 new tennis balls, in line with other Competitions.
Home team is to supply the Result Card and provide morning tea.
Result cards are to be lodged by 5 pm on the day of the match, by placing them in the result box (adjacent to court 7) of the main Clubhouse at Pennant Hills. Away matches may be emailed to the Competition Secretary.
Matches are played at Pennant Hills Tennis Centre, Britannia Street, Pennant Hills and Epping Tennis Courts, Cnr Midson Rd & Wyralla Ave, Epping. Enquires 9481 0970.