Contains information on the Community Play and ACE programs.

  • Read about the experiences of Woodend and Castlemaine Tennis Clubs in running the Community Play program in their town, and get some great tips for giving it a go at your club.
  • Click for information on running the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Community Play program at your club. Registration is free. Clubs will receive modified nets, banners and balls. Only clubs without a coach are eligible to run this program.
  • Hear from clubs and schools who have successfully implemented tennis programs to provide playing opportunities that cater for their diverse community, taking advantage of funding from Tennis Victoria.
  • For five years the Keon Park Tennis Club have delivered a successful after school tennis program for the students of Reservoir East Primary School with the help of ACE Inclusion Grant funding from Tennis Victoria and the City of Darebin.
  • Children at the Flemington Community Centre have not always been able to play tennis. Cost, transport, language and other barriers have made it hard for those families to access the sport, but thanks to funding from the ACE Grants Program and partnerships between Royal Park Tennis Club and other community organisations these children have been playing tennis in a safe, fun environment.
  • Take your club committee through this checklist and discussion around how inclusive and welcoming your club is to your entire community as part of Tennis Victoria's ACE Inclusion Program
  • Tennis Victoria's ACE Inclusion Program has supported the Burmese Community become engaged in their local club, Sunshine Park TC, in Melbourne's western suburbs.
  • Check out some different membership and competition ideas which have been successfully implemented by many clubs.
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