Category Archives: Juniors

A collection of posts and information relating to Juniors tennis at the Griffith Tennis Club

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2019 MIA Open Championships – 99 Years Young. Register NOW!

The June Long Weekend is almost upon us, and continuing a 99 year long tradition we are excited to announce the the 2019 Sunrice MIA Open Tennis Championships.

Please join us for a weekend of amazing tennis matches, social family events, and a great weekend out June 8-10.

For more info on registration details, head over to the Event page, or download the event brochure.

A huge thankyou to our Sponsors, and of course the organisers and volunteers without who this event simply wouldn’t be possible.

Spring Social Comps returning soon, get your teams ready!

Social Tennis Comps return to Griffith Tennis Club at the end of August. There are a variety of comps running weekly from the end of August, catering to all ages and skill levels. Mixed comps run Tuesday and Wednesday nights, Ladies and Mens comps run Mondays and Thursdays respectively, and Juniors play Friday nights.

Click here to choose a competition that suits you. Online registration is available for most competitions at the XPoint site, or by contacting Cheryl Rawle on 0429 126 586

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2014 Medibank JDS kicks off in Wagga, 16th Feb

The Medibank Junior Development Series is designed for beginner to advanced Juniors to get them used to playing a series of Tournaments over the course of the year.

It’s also a great way to hone your skills for the upcoming Primary School Trials for the prestigious Riverina selections.

Wagga is hosting the first round of the MJDS for 2014, on the 16th February, and Cheryl will be taking a bus over. For all the details, including registration, travel arrangements and more, check out the event page.

Evonne Cawley with Griffith Tennis Squad


Griffith Junior Squad players had the awesome experience of meeting Evonne and having photos taken with her. Yvonne graciously shared  with the squad players excerpts of many parts of her journey including her early days in Barellan, trying to beat her best score on the hitting wall each day by recording her score drawn in the dust. Evonne along with her husband Roger will be back in Griffith in the near future to run an indigenous day at the Griffith Tennis Club. Continue reading