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Club Notes: Rules

Rules for Juniors & Students

Juniors are over 9 years of age and under 16 years. Juniors who have not reached 9 years of age can only come to the club under the family membership and only if accompanied by a Parent or guardian.

Students are over 16 years of age and in full time education. A person over 16 years of age is no longer eligible for membership once they take up employment.

Juniors must not be in the club after 6.00pm unless accompanied by an parent. The times at which juniors may play tennis are fixed by the tennis sub-committee. Parents must not bring their children to play at peak playing times. Consult the Tennis Captain if in doubt. If seniors wish to use the courts during the day, they can use Courts 5 or 6, for one and a half hours at a time. Seniors are asked not to occupy the courts every day.

Juniors must not be on the club premises outside the following hours unless they are accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Mondays to Saturdays: 10.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 6pm
Sundays 10.00am to 1.00pm only.


Players playing with their children on the Badminton or Tennis Courts after 6.00pm must give up the court to senior members.

Any member under the age of 18 years of age cannot book or be included in a booking for the Badminton or Tennis Courts.

Juniors are normally not allowed on the premises except for the purpose of playing games.

Juniors may enter the Club Bar provided they are under the strict supervision of a parent. Juniors must be off the premises by 10.00pm.

Students are allowed to play until 10.00pm and must not remain after that time.

Juniors must not bring non members to the Club and JUNIORS may not pay green fees.

The following is forbidden and will result in disciplinary action;-

 

  • Abuse or damage to any of the Clubs facilities.
  • Bullying or intimidation of younger members.
  • Insolence to the supervisor on duty or to any other Club Member or Grounds man.
  • Bad language.

PARENTS are deemed responsible for their children’s actions at all times.