Code for unoffciated matches
2017 Events Schedule
2017 Entry Form
Our 2015 Champions
Our 2014 Champions
Allen Winner 2016
Trophy Night Photos 2015
Chronology of Interesting Facts
The pavilion was built for £400.
Destoup, the steward, was given £1 for Christmas.
There were 58 members.
There was £6.10s in the bank.
The water bill for a quarter was £6 9s 9d.
Two showers were donated by Mr. Philip Bethell.
Playing membership cost five guineas.
There was a capital levy of one guinea on all members.
There was a capital levy of 10/- to buy chairs.
Entrance fee of Two guineas approved.
Destoup was authorised to buy ! pint of milk for tea.
Playing subscription increased to eight guineas.
£75 per annum paid to groundsman.
First dance since the war held at Emerald Beach Club.
30s per couple or £2 per person — profit £123.9s.5d.
Destoup retired after 18 years service and Estelle took over.
Club was full with 75 members.
Footfaulting Sputnickers performed at Jungle Club.
George Dunkley and Fred Goosen coached 26 junior members and this continued for several years with other coaches.
First Sail Away on Hollister Judd’s yacht “Liberty”.
Last open tournament May 1947. Plans under way to start again and hope for enough entries.
Match against Lyford Cay which we won and also return match on home courts.
Junior Tournament held.
David Johnson’s house burnt down and all Club records lost. He was Treasurer.
Return match against Lyford Cay.
Columbus O’Donnell, together with other anonymous members, paid for the lighting of Court 1.
Playing subscription increased from 8 to 12 guineas.
Life membership increased from £50 to £100.
Peg system introduced.
Agreed to light courts 2 and 3 at a cost of £2,250 and also renovate kitchen and bar at cost of £500.
Capital levy of B$50 over two year period.
Playing subscription increased from B$36 to B$70.
B$100,000 offered for the Club. Relocation discussions started.
Yellow tennis balls introduced.
Iron grill gates installed.
Trustees appointed i.e. Mr. W. Holowesko, Mr. G. Dunkley, Mr. David Lightbourn and Mr. Ronald Lightbourn.
Tool shed built of blocks and deep freeze bought.
Committee decided not to relocate due to uncertain times.