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FUN ‘TRY TENNIS’ MORNING – FROM 9 TO 11AM SUNDAY 11 OCTOBER

You’re invited to Peregian Tennis Club’s ‘open day’ fun tennis morning – come along anytime from 9am to 11am on Sunday the 11th of October. The morning includes a fun back-fence comp, “hit the target” games and information about playing at our club.  Bring your racquet or we can provide one for you.  All ages and playing levels are catered …

KimFUN ‘TRY TENNIS’ MORNING – FROM 9 TO 11AM SUNDAY 11 OCTOBER
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Bowls Club site news (Sept 2015)

 Creating free space, a smarter future and returns for ratepayers  ( Noosa Council Press Release September 2015) Interested Peregian residents, Councillors and Council staff met recently at the Peregian Community House to discuss the new concept plans under further review for the Rufous Street site after public consultation. The development of a “knowledge campus” on one third of the site, with …

KimBowls Club site news (Sept 2015)
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Fun tennis afternoon & AGM – from 3pm Sat 29 August 2015

You’re invited to the club’s fun tennis afternoon and AGM from 3pm Saturday the 29th of August, 2015. The afternoon includes fun back-fence comp, short AGM (3-3.30pm), social tennis and BBQ dinner. All you need to bring is your racquet and drinks.  Note: We aren’t targeting more people for the committee so you’re not in ‘danger’ by attending the AGM., …

KimFun tennis afternoon & AGM – from 3pm Sat 29 August 2015

Week-night comps & Kids’ Twilight comp – June/July 2015 results

Tuesday: Team 3: Bob Kennedy, John and Kym Herbert and Miranda  Witton   Runners Up Team 4: Peter, Scott, Michael, and Andrew. Wednesday Fast 4 comp – Flynn Lethlean  Wednesday doubles comp: Team 6: Tony S, Liam and Shannyn  Friday twilight kids: Term 2: Jackson Collins

KimWeek-night comps & Kids’ Twilight comp – June/July 2015 results
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Cuppa-for-a-cure revs up the fun in Peregian – Wednesday 27 May

Peregian Beach is set to host a mega cancer-fundraiser morning tea on Wednesday May the 27th, and  they want you there to join in the fun … and the ‘yum’! Sought-after prizes and a delicious ‘as-long-as-you-like’ morning tea make this the perfect morning to catch up with friends,  colleagues or family.  To cater for all tastes, Peregian’s  offering a progressive …

KimCuppa-for-a-cure revs up the fun in Peregian – Wednesday 27 May

Week-night comps & Kids’ Twilight comps – April 2015 results

Weeknight comp winners: Monday: Team 5: Dan Gill, Craig Ellis and Ross Nisbett. A great finale for Dan who’s now sailing the world. R/U Team 2: San, Leon Nguyen & Jules Reed. Tuesday: Team 3: Bob Kennedy,Jenny & Angel Taylor, Andrew Dunstan             R/U Team 6: Brian Condon, Michael Lawlor, Miranda Roney, Kym Herbert. Wednesday.Team 3: Tony Sharpe, Emily Ray & …

KimWeek-night comps & Kids’ Twilight comps – April 2015 results

Working Bee Saturday 23 May 3 – 5pm

If you haven’t been to a working bee at the club, you just haven’t lived! Kids and adults alike are welcome to pitch in – mulching, fencing and general clean-up. BYO gloves. We need a ute or trailer to take away junk from underneath the clubhouse plus a load of green waste/branches. What a great opportunity to give back to a …

KimWorking Bee Saturday 23 May 3 – 5pm

‘How-to-enhance-Peregian’ public forum – Saturday 9 May or comment online

Update 10 May – if you were unable to attend the day, you can still comment online at http://yoursay.noosa.qld.gov.au from 4 May to 16 May! Our club has a different outlook now the Bowls Club buildings have gone.  We look out over a lush empty green expanse where the Bowls Club once stood. “What’s happening there?” you ask.  Well, you probably know the Bowls-club-site was bought by …

Kim‘How-to-enhance-Peregian’ public forum – Saturday 9 May or comment online

Court sweeping

Our courts are seen as a premium surface with ‘give’ – a softness unique to grass which comes with some natural slip factor. It’s up to players to sweep courts prior to play, if they wish to smooth out sand moved by prior-play.  It’s just a given that tennis players worldwide rarely sweep courts after use, so the best bet …

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