Richmond Tennis Club
Annual General Meeting 24th August
Lights working via Coinbox
Repairs have been made to the coinbox and lights for Courts 1 & 2 are now available again. You need to insert 5 $2 coins to turn on the lights for one hour. Each additional $2 coin after the 5th will give an extra 12 minutes. Do not let the lights go out if you wish to play for more than 1 hour as there is a 20 minute cool-off period before they can be turned on again. Insert extra $2 coins before the lights go off. Lights can be used from 6:30am to 9am in the morning and 5pm to 9:30pm in the evenings.
Winter playing opportunities
Kolie's coaching programmes for Term 3 are now available - see the Coaching page for details.
The RTC Thursday evening winter competition is under way. There are places available in teams if you would like to join in. Contact Trish.
The annual ball machine use fee has been increased to $25 for an individual or family membership. Once the fee has been paid you will be given a code to access the room where the ball machine is stored.
Kolie van Zyl - Richmond Tennis Club professional coach
Public Access to Courts
Swipe Cards available at Richmond Motel & Holiday Park office
Visitors wanting to play when there are no members on court can obtain a swipe card from the Richmond Motel & Holiday Park office. The cost is $2 per player plus a $10 deposit on the swipe card which is refunded when the card is returned.
Light Charges Increased
The charge for coin-operated lights on Courts 1 & 2 has been increased to $10 per hour. To turn the lights on you need to insert FIVE (5) $2 coins which will operate the lights for 60 minutes. Each extra coin inserted (after the 5th) will give an additional 12 minutes. If you need more than one hour make sure to insert extra coins before the lights go off as they require 20mins to cool down before they will turn on again. For club organised competitions the cost of the lights is included in the entry fees.
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