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BNTA Wednesday Pairs - 2019 Second Season

Competition information
Competition name: 
BNTA Wednesday Pairs
Season name: 
2019 Season 2
Location: 
Brisbane-wide
Time: 
7 to 9 pm
Season dates: 
Wed, 07/08/2019 - Wed, 04/12/2019
Number of matches: 
15 + S/F + F
Sets played each: 
1 singles & 2 doubles (all sets first-to-6-games)
Usual team composition: 
3 players (any gender)
Team (per match): 
2 players (any gender)
Fee: 
$105.00
Entries close: 
17 weeks 1 day ago

All UQ Tennis Club teams will be allocated a Home court at the UQ Sport Tennis Centre.  However, Brisabne Night Tennis Association (BNTA) Fixtures are played throughout Brisbane which means some matches wilkl be played at other courts around Brisbane.  In most competitions, many 'Away' matches will be played at the UQ Sport Tennis Centre because of the large number of UQ teams.

All NEW Fixture members must be graded.  New applicants to play in the BNTA Wednesday Night Pairs Fixtures must attend one of the following Grading Sessions:

Monday night, 22 July  -  7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Wednesday night, 24 July  -  7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Entries for BNTA Wednesday Night Pairs Fixtures close on Wednesday, 24 July.  N.B. entry deadline extended to 29 July

Entries can be lodged ON-LINE here.

Entrants can check their entries have been received and who else has entered here.

Check the 'Team Selection Policies' here or on the membership/fixtures application form.  Teams will not be formed with the bare minimum of players needed (unless there is a shortage of players of the appropriate standard).  Normally, Wednesday Night teams will consist of 3 players with 2 playing each week (i.e. each player should play 2 out of 3 weeks).

N.B. In addition to the Membership/Fixtures application form, players under 17 years of age must also complete the Junior Membership Declaration which can be downloaded here.

Draws: see the BNTA web site