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Welcome to Nelson Bays Tennis Association

 Nelson Bays Tennis Association is a not for profit sporting organisation,and has responsibility for the promotion, development and administration of tennis in the Nelson Bays Region, incorporating its 13 affiliated clubs.  

We are delighted to announce that Nelson Building Society, NBS, is the new principal sponsor of Nelson Bays Tennis.  We thank Nelson Building Society for their support and look forward to building a strong and mutually beneficial relationship.  They are our principal association sponsor and senior and junior interclub sponsor. We also acknowledge our key support sponsors; the Nelson Mail, media and communications, Hothouse Design, specialists in design, branding and marketing, Wilson, outstanding tennis balls and equipment. 

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Thanks to Nelson Kia - Matt and the team on Haven Road - for supporting our Senior Open this year.  A great weekend of tennis, showcasing the talent we have in the region.  Many thanks to all that took part in the tournament. Report in the Nelson Mail 


 Junior Representative Tennis 2015/16

Nelson Bays Tennis Association is pleased to announce that Crowe Horwath are the sponsors of our junior representative teams and fixtures for the 2015/16 season.  We are proud to be associated with Crowe Horwath for all our accounting needs.  We look forward to building a mutually beneficial relationship between Crowe Horwath and our tennis community.

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South Island Masters Games 2015
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South Island Masters Games  26 Sept – 4 Oct 2015, Nelson  
Register by 1 July and you $AVE with our early bird offer. Doubles Saturday, Mixed Doubles Sunday.
Register online now at www.simasters.co.nz 
or pick up an entry form at Sport Tasman or council offices
9 days of fun  *  themed dance parties  *  45 sports  *  2,400 participants  *  300 volunteers
Lonestar Parent and Child Tournament.
Season wraps up with family fun.
Nelson Bays Tennis Association officially rounded off the summer season with the Lonestar Parent and Child Tournament at Tasman Tennis Club over the weekend.  This tournament allows Nelson families to get together and participate in a family environment, perfectly timed to coincide with the end of tennis summer season.  The tournament offered 3 age categories, the youngest being the 10’s and under, with the bulk of players in the 11’s age group and a third group of 12 years and over.
The youngest category was won by the long haired pairing of Sharon & Harry Pugh taking the title 9-1 in the final against John & Rosie Armstrong.  Georgie & Marcus Pattullo won the final of the consolation plate against Sally & Sarah Innes-Walker in a match of lengthy rallies and sprints about court that didn’t reflect the final score, 9-1.  The match of the day in the 10’s category was the game between John & Rosie Armstrong and Georgie & Marcus Pattullo.  A combination of John’s subtle drop shots and Rosie’s deep court forehands saw the Armstrong’s finally winning 9-7 .  
The 11’s category produced a raft of evenly contested matches right from the onset, with a mammoth opening game between Carlton & Farrah Richards and Simon & Johnny Richardson ending in a 9-8 win to the Richards.  The Richards paring played Ruary & Ethan O’Toole in a hard hitting final that saw Farrah Richards step up to the mark despite being outnumbered by her male counterparts, the O’Tooles took the title 9-5. Winners of the consolation plate were “uncle” Mike Spencer and Connor O’Toole.
In the 12’s and over category Ryan Thompson played consistently well throughout the tournament complimenting his dad’s play with confident groundstrokes and solid serving.  The Thompson pair were tested in the final by Luke & Allan Innes Walker, Innes Walkers winning 9-4 to take the title.  The star of the show had to be young Luke Innes-Walker, drawn way above his age group, he handled the top age group like a veteran, with some spectacular returns of serve and winning volleys.  
The winners of the best dress category were Sally and Sarah Innes-Walker, beautifully attired in black and red with matching glasses and wristbands.   The prize for the best behaved parent went to Luke O’Tooles mum Anna, whose tennis etiquette and behaviour on court were impeccable. Thanks to Nelson Lonestar for supporting this family event
NBS Senior Interclub prize giving evening.
NBS Senior Interclub tennis drew to a close on Wednesday 1st april with the annual prize giving at Speight Ale House.  Nine clubs and seventy teams took part this season across a variety of grades to suit all abilities and genders.  Nelson Bays Tennis Coordinator Ali McQuilllan commented “it’s exciting to have such a vibrant tennis community at both our A grade level and the tiers below.  There is a very good mix of competitive play along with social banter that makes our leagues so gratifying for all.”  Monday Ladies Grade winners - Hope Emeralds & Glenn Johnson NBTA President
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