NARRE WARREN TENNIS CLUB
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The Narre Warren Tennis Club (NWTC) is based at the Casey Tennis Centre (CTC) in Sweeney Reserve, Dempster Way, Berwick.
We are a family-orientated club, with many nationalities already participating in both juniors and seniors.
The centre consists of 4 blue hard courts & 8 synthetic grass courts. Together with a modern clubroom, kiosk and BBQ facilities.
The club enters junior teams in the Berwick District Tennis Association, with Saturday and Sunday competitions. Our junior players also represent the local association in the Tennis Victoria Junior Pennant Competition.
Our senior teams participate in the Tennis Victoria Pennant competition, the Waverley District Tennis Association, the Peninsula Tennis Association, and the Bayside Tennis Association.
The club runs a Thursday evening social tennis that caters to all standards of tennis.
We have available a large contingent of tennis coaches that provide coaching for all levels of proficiency and is an excellent stepping stone to both commencing and excelling in competition with the club.
New members are always welcome. For enquiries about NWTC including court hire and coaching, please refer to the contact us page to speak with the right person.
We look forward to welcoming you and your family to Narre Warren Tennis Club.
What NWTC offer?
By joining NWTC it allows yourself or your child to play competition free of charge, with the exception of seniors where a ball fee is charged.
Each member will need to be registered with a governing body which is currently Tennis Victoria. Tennis Victoria offer a whole range of member benefits mainly personal accident insurance (PAI) and entry into competitions and other programs.
The new affiliation model effective July 1st 2014 will replace Tennis Victoria membership cards with an email containing your unique My Tennis ID.
All members can use the courts free of charge as long as courts are available at that time. A small charge is payable for the use of lights. This is not to be abused - maximum number of guests at one time not to exceed 3 per member.
Members who introduce new players can play free of charge for the first visit.
"Tennis is a simple game, all you have to do is just get the ball over the net one more time than the opponent"