Tuesday Night Finals
Finals start this week for the Tuesday Night Open
We are changing it up, with a Top 7 format across 3 weeks!
Details of who plays who is available on the finals locations page, under the Tuesday heading on the side menu.
(for the bottom 4 teams in the section, there is also a playoff for draft picks, or a wooden spoon)
We invite everyone to join us for the Tuesday Grand Final. It's a great way to meet people who play, and watch the Grand Final.
There will be a free BBQ happening for the Grand Final.
It's all on at St. Patrick's Murrumbeena Tennis Club, starting from 7:30pm on Tuesday
Updated rule book
The updated rule book is available for the Sunday Morning Junior competition.
Please ensure you have a copy of the rules at all your matches.
VCLTA Winter Juniors 2017
The Draft draw is now available - click on the Draft Draw link on the side menu to view it.
We welcome James - our new Junior Pennant Secreatry. With this comes a new email address to use for junior queries - - remember to go through your club delegate first.
The draw will be finalised on Thursday evening. Team managers will be emailed with their usernames/passwords at this time. Personalised draws will also be available then.
Good luck to all teams in the Winter season.
VCLTA Tuesday Night Open
Now is the time to join up for our Tuesday competition. We will be setting up teams on the 31st Jan, with comp starting on the 7th Feb. Join in as a team, or an individual player.
VCLTA | Celebrating 100 years | 1914 - 2014
Thank you to everyone involved in our 100 year presentation
You can view the video on our site - vclta.com/100years
Photos are on our facebook page - facebook.com/vclta
Don't forget to like us on there!
Updates are on our facebook page. Like us on facebook to keep up to date. facebook.com/vclta
A new feature of the ladders has now been made available. View your progress across the season with Round by Round ladders.
Setup a website for your club here on VCLTA.com. You can view the website that St. Patricks Murrumbeena have created using the online content manager on this site. We don't limit the number of pages that you can have, and you can put just about anything on them. Update your site as often as you wish. You can put up photos of your club, advertise for upcoming events or even put up membership information. Email to find out more.
A club website is a fantastic marketing tool to promote your club. If you want to find out just how successful they can be, have a look at St. Patricks Murrumbeena's website, and send them an email with any questions that you may have.