With the gradual reduction of restrictions in Victoria (and hopefully a restart of tennis very soon) the Western Region Tennis Association (WRTA) is proposing a shortened Junior season, commencing next year.

The suggested start dates for the season are Saturday 30 January and Sunday 31 January, with a seven week season plus one week of finals for teams finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder. There will be no play over the Labour Day weekend (6/7 March) with the season finishing on the 27/28 March.

It is important to note that the competition won’t go ahead if restrictions don’t allow – there must be a considerable reduction in restrictions on group gatherings and travel limits, plus a lifting on the ban of competition sport for the WRTA Junior season to be viable.

More information about the WRTA can be found at the following link: http://wrta.net.au/

We are looking for players to submit their interest via the below form. Please contact Mark Peel: 0488 098 680 or mark@vidatennis.com.au with any queries or concerns.

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Terms & Conditions

All fees (junior membership and season fees) must be paid in advance of the Summer season (starting January 2020). Players whose fees are in arrears will not be entered into Summer Competition.

Players entering must declare any match days they are unavailable in advance of the season commencing.

A Parent Supervisor is required for each child playing. Please do not enter your child if you are unable to perform this task (about 2 matches a season per player).

WRTA Junior Comp matches are played on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Odd number sections play 8.00-10.10am, even numbered sections play 10.20am-12.30pm. The section entered is determined by the WRTA and is not negotiable.

All players and parents are required to familiarize themselves with the WRTA competition bylaws: http://www.wrta.net.au/documents/bylaws.pdf  as well as the junior competition guidelines: http://www.wrta.net.au/documents/junguide.pdf

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