ANZ Hot Shots Tennis Coaching – Term 4 Registrations Open

ANZ Hot Shots Tennis Coaching – Term 4 Registrations Open

Starting Monday 15th October

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ANZ Tennis Hot Shots tennis coaching is tennis for kids! It’s a program designed to help every child, no matter their age or ability, jump in and start playing tennis. ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is played on smaller courts with modified equipment, including lighter racquets, lower nets and low compression balls that don’t bounce too high.

Days: Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 1st 8 weeks of the term.
Times: 4pm to 4:45pm (3 to 7 years of age), 4:45pm to 5:30pm (7 years of age and above).
Location: Glenlea Tennis Club, Ferguson St, Novar Gardens
Cost: $125 per term for attendance once a week, $150 per term for attendance two times a week, $175 per term for attendance three times a week.

Children tennis coaching

Discounts & Offers
The following DISCOUNTS are also available if your child is eligible.

  1. Sports Vouchers 2018
    The Sports Vouchers program is a Government of South Australia initiative administered by the Office for Recreation and Sport. The program provides an opportunity for primary school aged children from Reception to Year 7 to receive up to a $50 discount on sports fees. The purpose is to increase the number of children playing organised sport by reducing cost as a barrier to participate in sport.

Who is eligible for the program? All South Australian primary school aged children, meaning if the child is attending or is eligible to attend primary school. It is one voucher for every primary school aged child per calendar year. If you want to use a sports voucher please include the child’s medicare or visa number in the comments section of the registration form.

  1. Bring a Friend
    Bring a friend to ANZ Hot Shots to receive a 20% discount off your fees for a term. They need to register (new player) online for the offer to be valid.

Fully complete the registration form at to receive any discounts.

Note – There is no ANZ Hot Shots when it is over 37 degrees.


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