Glenelg District Tennis Association

February 8, 2022 by gdta

Next GDTA Meeting

Presidents  & Secretaries7:30pm, Monday 25th July 2022
@ Holdfast Tennis Club – venue TBC


August 18, 2021 by gdta

GDTA Executive 2022-2023

ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS

President                                   Roger Davey                          Seacliff Tennis Club
Vice President                          Gordon Armstrong               Dover Square Tennis Club
Treasurer                                   Malcolm House                    Peake Gardens-Riverside Tennis Club
Hon.Secretary                           Valda Davey

Junior Coordination                Robyn Kenny, Malcolm House (tournament, I/A) & other co-opted                                                        members

Committee Members
Mark Flynn                           Warradale Park Tennis Club (TBC)
Robyn Kenny                       Holdfast Tennis Club
Jeff Ramm                            Peake Gardens-Riverside Tennis Club (TBC)
Carol Conley                       Morphettville Park Tennis Club

All the above-mentioned nominees were elected unopposed by members present. The Association is also able to co-opt members to assist with administrative tasks as they arise eg gradings, checking qualifications. 

April 9, 2022 by gdta

SENIOR PRESENTATION NIGHT 2022

 

CONGRATULATIONS Tahlia Cahill [PGR]  and Stan Sarac [West Lakes]
winning the Parsons Medal for Best and Fairest  in the GWTC Div 1.

Parsons Womens 2021-22 Parsons Mens 2021-22

Award winner team photos – see GDTA Facebook

April 11, 2022 by gdta

GDTA LIFE MEMBERSHIP

Roger Davey was presented with a Life Membership Award by Darryl Rowe for services as a player and administrator of the Glenelg Districts Tennis Association  at the CWTC and Associations Doubles Awards Night, Feb 8th 2022.

July 11, 2021 by gdta

21 – 22 Season Dates

Seniors aligned with Metro League dates.

Seniors: 9/10 – 11/12, 29/1 – 5/3 (16 matches) SF 19/3, GF 26/3

Juniors: 16/10- 11/12, 29/1 – 5/3 (15 matches) SF 19/3, GF 26/3

GDTA Senior nominations close 8 Sept, gradings 12 Sept
(Metro & State nominations required Aug)

GDTA Junior nominations close 15 Sept and gradings Sun 19th Sept (amended)

December 1, 2020 by gdta

Extreme Weather – 2021

GDTA/GWTC is required to adhere to Tennis Australia’s Extreme Weather Policy, which took effect on the 25th November 2019.
GDTA has drafted an interim operational process for playing in extreme weather conditions which should be followed for the remainder of the season.

  • If BOM website at 6am indicates that the expected temperature for the day is 37° or higher, all GDTA/GWTC run matches, both junior and seniors are cancelled.
  • If matches are in progress and the temperature is thought to have risen to 38° or above (36° for juniors), a venue coordinator, club or team captain/manager is responsible to access this website: http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDS65004.shtml , and to read the ambient temperature [AT] at West Terrace. If:-

1) that temperature shows 36° or higher junior and wheel chair matches are suspended until conditions ease and agreement is reached to continue or to abandon the match.

2) that temperature shows 38° or higher, senior matches are suspended until conditions ease and agreement is reached to continue or to abandon the match.

  • In the case of thunderstorms and lightning, players should move away from the court and seek shelter when the time between a lightning flash and thunder is less than 30 seconds. Play can resume when the threat has passed, eg when the time between lightning flash and thunder is greater than 30 seconds.
  • Where there are strong winds or smoky conditions etc which present unacceptable risks to players, common sense should prevail and play be suspended until conditions ease and agreement is reached to continue or to abandon the match.

December 3, 2020 by gdta

Weather implications

Weather is covered by Match Rule No.7. For a rain cancellation to be called, it would have to be “extreme”.  It will be up to teams at each venue to decide on any postponement or cancellation of play due to rain which would include close thunder and lightning. For hot weather, see post below.

February 1, 2019 by gdta

Hot weather

As per Match Rules, all Saturday matches will be cancelled if the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM)  Adelaide maximum temperature forecast at 6am on Saturday is 37 degrees or higher. Cancellation notices will be published on this site.