MLTC Newsletter 12 April 2021

Bar renovations – Renovations have started that should take around 6 weeks. Our bar is still operating at a limited capacity from the kitchen. When operating as a bar no children are permitted into the kitchen area. Eftpos is preferred.
Club Captain’s Report
As this is the last Sat before badge starts, we are changing the social schedule slightly to accommodate many additional requests for teams to train together. There are 12 time slots available and team captains may book a court for 1.5hrs through Denis as follows:
  • 11.30am to 1pm – 4 courts for team training – FULLY BOOKED (2 courts for social)
  • 1pm to 2.30pm – 2 courts for team training (4 courts for social)
  • 2.30pm to 4pm – 2 courts for team training – FULLY BOOKED (4 courts for social)
  • 4pm to 5.30pm – 4 courts for team training (2 courts for social if required)
Once Badge starts on Sat 24th April, there will be 2 social courts available each week from 11.30am to 2.30pm. Priority will be given to members who are not playing badge.
Manly Lawn Logos – The Club has purchased logos for Badge players, they are available from Denis for you to sew onto your tennis shirt or hat at no cost to you.
Badge Captains  and players are encouraged to read Badge rules as there have been several changes made.
Secretary
MLTC

Picton Seniors Tournament May 14-16

TSNSW is helping Picton run their tournament this year so please find attached the entry form for Picton.

Do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions

Hope to see you there!

Katrina
0414 973 751

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Badge Draws 2021

Direct links to the various Badge draws for Men and Women on the Sydney Badge site are available.

Click here to link to draws.

 

30+ Seniors Social Round Robin 23-25 April

Please see the entry form for the Pennant Hills Seniors Round Robin to be held 23rd-25th April.  It is a fantastic event.  
 
The details can also be found on our website; http://www.tennisseniors.org.au/nsw/entries.htm  We look forward to seeing you there.
Tennis Seniors NSW

What you can do in NSW | NSW Government

From 12.01am, 29 March

Number of visitors in a home

You may have up to 100 visitors at a time. The total number of visitors includes adults and children.

If you have a gathering of more than 100 visitors in your home, you must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan and make it available for inspection if requested.

The limit of 100 people also applies to holiday homes and short-term rentals.

If you have a gathering of more than 100 people at your holiday home or short-term rental, you must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan and make it available for inspection if requested.

Learn about having more than 100 visitors at a home.

Dancing and singing

There are no restrictions on dancing and singing at venues and events including nightclubs, weddings, funerals and memorial services.

Organisers of venues and event must continue to be COVID safe.

Nightclubs

Nightclubs may open, but they must be COVID Safe.

Outdoor public gatherings

Up to 200 people can gather in an outdoor public place such as a park, reserve, beach, garden or public space.

Learn more about gatherings of more than 200 people.

Holidays and travel

Check for any restrictions that apply to your destination before you travel to other Australian states and territories.

If you are travelling to Lord Howe Island, check the rules for hotels and accommodation on Lord Howe Island.

Weddings, funerals and memorial services

If you are the organiser of a significant event you will need to have and comply with a relevant COVID-19 Safety Plan for a wedding, funeral or memorial service.

Religious services

When a religious service is held in a place of public worship, the person responsible for the premises must have and comply with a COVID-19 Safety Plan for your church, meeting house, mosque, synagogue, temple or other place of worship.

For businesses and venue operators

Find out about the COVID-19 rules and requirements for your industry, premises or event.

www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/rules/what-you-can-do-nsw

COVID-19 restrictions to ease but compliance must increase

A number of COVID-19 restrictions across NSW will be eased as the state continues to move forward in a COVID-Safe way.

From 12:01am Monday 29 March, the following will apply:

  • no caps on weddings and funerals
  • no restrictions on singing including in places of worship
  • no restriction on dancing including at weddings and in pubs and nightclubs
  • no cap on visitors in the home (if there are more than 100 people there must be a COVID-19 Safety plan and electronic recording of visitor details)
  • 200 people allowed for personal outdoor public gatherings
  • all venues to move to the one person per 2sqm rule (venues will be allowed at least 25 people before the 2sqm rule applies)
  • 100% seated capacity at entertainment venues including stadiums and theatres
  • mask use including on public transport will move from ‘mandatory’ to ‘strongly recommended’.

Businesses and other organisations must continue to ensure they keep accurate records of all attendances, including through QR Codes, to enable fast contact tracing in the event of any community transmission.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the easing of restrictions is a significant step forward as NSW continues its COVID-19 recovery.

“With no community transmission and our quarantine and frontline workers now receiving their second vaccinations, the timing is right to further ease restrictions across the state,” Ms Berejiklian said.

“As we do this, it is important we don’t let our guard down and continue to check in at venues, keep our social distance and get tested if we have even the mildest of symptoms.”

Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the further lifting of restrictions would help support businesses and jobs across the state.

“Today we take a another big stride in the right direction, easing restrictions is important in helping businesses return to normal, it’s like a jab of confidence for the economy,” Mr Perrottet said.

Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the further easing of restrictions was possible due to the support and sacrifices of the people of NSW.

“The initial focus of our vaccination program on frontline quarantine, border and healthcare workers has also given us greater confidence as it reduces the risk of COVID being introduced into the community from an overseas source,” Mr Hazzard said.

Dr Chant said it is critical everyone continues to practise COVID-safe behaviours, including using QR codes, staying home if unwell and getting tested.

“I also urge everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they are eligible and able to do so. It will not only protect you, your family and loved ones, but will keep the whole community safe,” Dr Chant said.


Learn more information on COVID-19.

MTC Term 2 Ladies Competitions. Entries close April 6

Entries are now open for MTC’s Term 2 Tuesday and Friday Ladies competitions.
Entries close April 6 for both competitions.
Tuesday comp starts April 20 and Friday comp starts April 23.
Please contact Scott with any questions.

MTC Ladies Competition Entry

Entries for Term 2 Ladies Tuesday and Friday Competitions are now open. Entries close April 6.
  • Which day do you wish to play? Please note separate entries are required to play in both Tuesday and Friday competitions.
  • First partner
  • Second partner 3-person team
  • Once you submit your entry, MTC will contact you to process your entry.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

 

MLTC News 25 March 2021

The sun is shining and things are looking up, we can now don’t have to be seated to drink and from Monday we can sing and dance! 👯
The Club will be holding a social event for members this Saturday from 5 pm. Jon will be cooking some meat and roasting his tasty potatoes.🎾
Hope to see a full bar this weekend!
Cheers
Virginia
Secretary MLTC

2021 Sydney Badge Competition FINAL Grading

Dear Delegates 

Thank you all for submitting your teams into the Sydney Badge Competition in 2021.

Please find attached the Final Grading for the 2021 season.

We have already heard from a lot of you in regards to draw requests. This is a reminder for those who we have not heard from to please send through requests ASAP as the draw process will begin next week.

Kind Regards,
Tennis NSW Competitions

2021 Sydney Badge Competition Gradings Confirmed

No changes to any of our gradings have been made.  A few challenges were upheld.

The grades look very strong this year.  A few men’s teams have dropped 2 grades and lots of men’s teams have been dropped a grade in Division 2 and 3.  Several teams that won their grade were also not promoted because of the depth of men’s teams this year. In summary it will be very hard to win any division this year.

Serving of food and drinks is no longer required so it is up to each team to decide.  As long as COVID rules are followed I think most teams will supply food and drinks.

All clubs now MUST have alternate courts available in case of rain.  Grass court clubs including Hunters Hill and Marrickville can be forfeited if they don’t arrange alternative courts.  Please keep any text messages between Captains in case you need them for evidence of not finding alternative courts.

Remember if you wish to book a court for practice on Saturdays before 1pm or after 4pm let me know.

Good luck to all teams and any questions anytime I am here to help
Denis Crowley