Club Toolkit

Helpful Resources for Clubs


Promato login to update your Club Officer info. We ask that clubs update this information twice a year even if your club doesn't use Promato. Tennis Central use Promato for general club updates and information and by providing us correct details it ensures communications are sent to the correct people at clubs.

Tennis Central Member Definition Guidelines - useful for clubs when completing their Club Returns to determine membership.

Wellington & Kapi Mana Levy-Contra Procedure - Renouf Tennis Centre - how to use and book your club Levy-Contra at the Wellington Renouf Tennis Centre

Renouf Tennis Centre - Conditions of Hire - useful policy for clubs when setting up ClubSpark

2022/23 Affiliation and Interclub Fees - useful for club budgeting purposes when setting annual fees.

Tennis Club Strategic Plan Template Document - useful for strategic planning

Central LED Lighting Blog for Clubs to share information around installation of LED lighting at clubs. 

Central LED shared register of status and suppliers

Club Constitution example (kindly provided by Karori United)

Club Self-Assessment Matrix can be used ‘as a guide’ to see how your club is tracking. Clubs can start with baby steps (considering a few items only) and build capability over the long term, to create a truly extraordinary tennis club!

Health & Safety Checklist for Clubs (Draft)

Community First Aid Courses - Nuku Ora

Club Capability information and Links regarding Charities Act. IRD Tax Exemption, Worksafe for Volunteers, Constitution 'winding up' clauses

Fix & Fogg Peanut Butter Fundraising initiative for Clubs 

Value of Affiliation to clubs

Tennis Central 

Tennis New Zealand

Disscusion Document - Tennis Licence Affiliation Model (Draft)

ClubSpark Support

NZ Zendesk 

UK Zendesk

Importing adult members

Importing junior members

Email for TNZ Support

More resources available on Tennis NZ's Club Toolkit page including Coach Recruitment resources.

Funding Guides:

The Art of Funding Presentation - Tim Shannahan

Sport Wellington applying for Funding Guide

Find out Gaming Trusts near you - Department of Internal Affairs

Game Trust Funding - Covid-19

Many funders are facing the same struggles as all other businesses in New Zealand.  As a result, a number of funders have already indicated they will not be awarding any funding until further notice.  There is reason to expect all funders will adopt this position over the coming weeks.  With pubs and clubs closed, the machines that generate the funds that are ordinarily distributed are no longer being used and therefore funders have nothing to distribute.  Keep this in mind if intending to continue to submit funding applications at this time.

Further Tennis Central Policies and Reports

Tennis Central Governance documents including Constitution and Annual Reports