North Suburban Tennis Association

Melbourne, Australia. Affiliated with Tennis Victoria.

26th Nov 2020 23:10:01 

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14th September - CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
Due to the current health situation in Victoria with regard to the Covid-19 outbreak the Committee of the N.S.T.A. has decided to cancel the spring season in 2020 and look to recommence competition in the Autumn season of 2021.
The N.S.T.A. will monitor the situation weekly and will alert clubs as soon as the committee's position changes.

14th September - AUTUMN 2021 TEAM ENTRIES
All club delegates. Entries are now open for next season. Starts February 6th for 10 or 15 week season. Entries close January 22nd. We are especially looking for more mixed teams at C Grade and to a lesser extent B Grade level.
Any queries please contact Ron 93064601 or 0417041605.
Please note that there will be no charge for team entries for this season.

14th September - C GRADE TEAMS FOR NEXT SEASON
The NSTA is looking for more mixed teams at C Grade level for next season to start February, 2021. This would be suitable for C Grade level NSNTA mixed teams, current or aged out Juniors up to A Reserve level or parents of juniors looking for a hit on a Saturday afternoon.
Any questions to Ron on 93064601 or 0417041605.
If there are not enough of you to make a team then a local club would be able to make a combined team.

6th February - Heat Rule
HEAT RULE

Play in an NSTA match will be abandoned if the air temperature reaches 35 degrees, or must be called off if the temperature is 33 degrees at 11am on the day of the match and the forecast for the day is 35 degrees or hotter.

Please use this website for temperatures:

www.bom.gov.au

Wash Out Contact List - Autumn 2015

NSTA email
for all questions or queries please contact the NSTA via email

admin@nsta.asn.au


Missing match results:-
Round 15 has 6 missing results.
Round 14 has 6 missing results.
Round 13 has 6 missing results.
Round 12 has 6 missing results.
Round 11 has 6 missing results.  what's missing?