Tennis Central Strategy
Our Strategic Plan has been developed following extensive stakeholder consultation via Sport NZ ODT review, the Regional Performance Programme review, and consultation with associations and clubs specific to a draft plan circulated in June 2019. A key feature of the new plan is Tennis Central’s commitment to supporting and enhancing the capability of its associations and clubs.
Still to be developed in relation to this plan is an Annual Plan that specifies key outcomes to be of priority each year through to 2021.
The Strategic Plan is to run through to 30 April 2021 so that when it is next reviewed the opportunity will exist to consider alignment to a future Tennis New Zealand Strategic Plan expected to be released in 2020.
Tennis Central Constitution
Tennis Central Life Membership
Life membership is the highest honour that can be bestowed on anyone for their contribution to tennis in the Central region. We invite nominations for those from clubs or the local tennis community who are worthy of being made a life member of Tennis Central Region Inc..
Please use this Nomination Form to assist in identifying the criteria that the Tennis Central Region board considers necessary to have been met to be worthy of life membership. Completed nominations can be received at anytime of the year by forwarding to email@example.com.
Our Constitution stipulates life membership can only be confirmed at the Tennis Central Region AGM therefore nominations recevied at least 21 days prior to each Annual General Meeting will be considered, nominations received after this date will be held over to the following year.
Wellington Tennis Incorporated
Wellington Tennis Incorporated (WTI) was formed in 1908 for the purpose of acting as a provincial body for the administration and development of tennis in the Wellington province. As part of the reorganisation of the administration of tennis in New Zealand in 2007, Tennis Central Region Incorporated (TCRI) was formed to administer and develop tennis in the Central Region, including the Wellington province. As a result, many of the functions previously performed by WTI were passed to TCRI. WTI remains in operation for one specific task and that is as the owner of the Renouf Tennis Centre, located on Brooklyn Road in Wellington. WTI also holds a reserve lease from Wellington City Council on the land at Central Park. WTI's members are the 16 Wellington tennis clubs.
Tennis Central Region Board Meetings
Tennis Central Board Meetings are usually held on the second Tuesday evening of each month (avoiding public and school holidays). Club representatives are welcome to attend these meetings. If you wish to do so, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to advise your attendance in advance.
Interested in joining the Board?
As a result of two Tennis Central Region board members resigning prior to the conclusion of their term as a board member, Tennis Central is seeking to appoint one (1) board member and have the members elect one (1) board member.
Nominations from individuals interested in being an appointed or elected board member will be received up to 11.59pm on Sunday 14th November 2021, preferably by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, using templates below.
Annual General Meeting (AGM)
The Annual General Meeting of Tennis Central Region Incorporated will be held at the Wellington Renouf Tennis Centre on Saturday 28th August 2021 at 3.00 pm in the Rodney Callender Lounge.
AGM Minutes - Tennis Central Region
2021 Annual Report
2020 Annual Report
2019 Annual Report
2018 Annual Report
2017 Annual Report
2016 Annual Report
2015 Annual Report
2014 Annual Report
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