We need YOU
Social and Fixture players wanted for evening Tennis Monday Nights, Tuesday Nights, Wednesday Nights, Thursday Nights and Friday Nights please contact our Coach / Manager Mr Ryan Dryden on 0447 122328 and have a chat about what best suits you….
The 2015-2016 Board of the Bribie Island Tennis club officially appointed Mr Ryan Dryden as club Coach and Manager, Ryan comes to the club with a wealth of experience in coaching and Club management from Sydney based clubs. You can contact Ryan for coaching 6 Days a week plus Junior fixtures and court hire on 0447 122328
Ryan is pictured with club president Stewart Bell being welcomed to the complex to take over his role as the club coach and manager (Welcome Ryan)
Tuesday night social tennis is back on.
Tueday night social tennis is back Coach Ryan Dryden will be running the courts so please ring Ryan if your interested to play
If you are interested check out our Facebook page, Like us there and you will receive the updates automatically.. We are still in need of more players for future competitions (and that’s not far off) or stand in as a reserve if you want.
Join us for a great evening of social and competition tennis. Its competitive but its fun. We dont take ourselves too seriously but we do enjoy the winning as well.
All you need is some enthusiasm for the game, a little bit of tennis experience and six dollars for members and eight dollars for non members
We start at 7 pm
I know there are a lot of people out there who have argued over a point or two about the rules so here are the latest from International Tennis Federation so you can settle the dispute without drawing blood.
Also, we have included a copy of Tennis Australia rules for tennis etiquette and non-umpired matches.
Hope you find them useful and informative.
On the 30th of December 2012 Mr Wally Woolcott once owner of Woolcott Tennis Centre at Burpengary passed away in his sleep at his home in New Guinea.
Wally sold the centre to Mr Kevin Meyers who in turn sold it to Wade Foster our past tennis coach.
Wally and Ros Woolcott are part of the fabric of Cabooltures tennis history and the social tennis evenings at Woolcotts Tennis Centre were to say the least huge turnouts in fact in the early days you would be hard pressed to book a game so popular was the centre.
I (David Boucher) was part of the original players at Woolcotts and have many many fond memories of some special nights playing tennis against Wally and his family.
He always had a beaming smile and a lovely nature, Wally and I lost touch for many years but he and Ros have always and will always have a special place in my heart.
To the Woolcott family I would like to extend on behalf of the Bribie Island Tennis Club our deepest condolences on your loss.