2018 Wimbledon Tickets
(Kinnoull Tennis Club SCIO registered charity number SC047283)
For entry form and instructions on how to enter the Wimbledon Ballot 2018 see 2018 Wimbledon Ballot instructions
Each year, Kinnoull Tennis Club (‘KTC’) receives an allocation of tickets for Wimbledon tennis tournament. Our allocation is based upon how many of our members are also registered British Tennis Members and how many of those have actively opted in to the Wimbledon Ballot on the BTM website. This year we have been allocated 7 pairs of tickets as follows:
|Day||Pair of Tickets||£ Cost (for pair)|
|Monday 2nd July|
|Tuesday 3rd July|
|Wednesday 4th July||Centre Court||£156|
|Thursday 5th July|
|Friday 6th July|
|Saturday 7th July||No. 1 Court||£156|
|Sunday 8th July||NO PLAY||NO PLAY|
|Monday 9th July
|No. 1 Court||£172|
|No. 2 Court||£140|
|Tuesday 10th July|
|Wednesday 11th July|
|Thursday 12th July||No. 1 Court||£118|
|Friday 13th July||Centre Court||£340|
|Saturday 14th July||Centre Court||£340|
|Sunday 15th July|
We are required by the LTA to hold a fair ballot to offer those tickets to members of the club. If you would like to enter this ballot, please read the following instructions.
Who Can Apply?
A British Tennis Member (‘BTM’) is eligible for their club’s Ballot if they meet the following criteria.
- They are an Adult (18+) or Junior (11-17) BTM
- They hold an active Lite or Team BTM
- The relevant venue is linked to their BTM record
- They have opted in to the BTM ballot, with the LTA
Child BTMs (10 and under) are not permitted to enter the BTM venue Ballot.
Some Key Rules that apply to the Ballot
- All tickets allocated to venues within the BTM Venue Ballot must be distributed in pairs and must not be split between more than one successful BTM. Any successful BTM must use the tickets for themselves with a guest. The guest can be of the successful member’s choosing and does not have to be a BTM, or a member of that venue.
- Any successful BTM in the BTM Venue Ballot who is under the age of 16 on the date that their BTM Venue Ballot takes place must have permission from a parent/legal guardian to enter the ballot. The parent/legal guardian will also purchase the tickets on their behalf and attend The Championships, Wimbledon, with them.
- Individuals aged 18 & under require consent from their parent/guardian to sign up to access British Tennis Membership. This consent includes, but is not limited to, access to opting in to the BTM Wimbledon Ballot.
- A BTM may only be assigned a maximum of one pair of tickets through each individual BTM Venue Ballot.
How to apply?
Complete the form at the end of this document and ensure it has been submitted no later than Friday 13th April.
On your application form, list the dates/courts in order of preference, with the No 1. choice at the top. You don’t need to put them all on your list, just those you are interested in. You must include your BTM number and Junior Members must include their date of birth and the signature of their parent/guardian. When you have completed the form, you can submit it in 3 ways:
- Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Print it off and put it up on the tennis club notice board for the attention of Steffi Anderson
- Print it off and post to Steffi Anderson, 11 Pitcullen Terrace, Perth PH2 7HQ
Details of the KTC Ballot process
The ballot will be overseen by members of the committee. The name of each applicant will be placed in a hat. Names will be drawn at random from the hat. Each person selected, will be allocated the pair of tickets highest on their preference list, as long as those tickets are still available. If none of the tickets on a person’s preference list are available and there are still tickets remaining, then another name will be drawn from the hat, until all the tickets are taken. The ballot will be held no later than Sunday 15th April.
Huge congratulations to Ryan Martin, Cameron Ritchie, William Lyburn and Matthew Gallagher for becoming the Aegon Team Tennis Champions of Scotland. They remained unbeaten in Division 1, and will now go on to the GB playoffs on 30 June 2018 – a match to watch!
(for more information see: LTA Aegon Team Tennis Article)
After successfully rejuvenating a single service box of court 4 which drained beautifully after heavy rain last Wednesday, Ecosse Sports have begun to rejuvenate the complete tennis surface this week. This involves removing all the sand, brushing up the surface matting, replacing with new, clean sand and brushing in.
This work should be finished by the end of Friday this week (subject to weather). Hopefully we will be left with courts which drain well following rain, ready for the winter season ahead.
Our autumn programme of coaching starts Friday 18th August with the after-school sessions. For information see KTC Autumn 2017 Coaching Programme
Does anyone fancy a trip to Wimbledon this year? If so, please complete the attached application by 14th April.
We would like to invite you to a member’s meeting to be held in the club house on Friday 26th August at 7pm. This meeting has two purposes. Firstly to help us complete the process of becoming an incorporated charity and secondly to consult with members on the proposed clubhouse renovations.
The Committee has decided it is in the best interests of the club to apply to the Office of Scottish Charities Regulator (‘OSCR’) for a change of legal status from an unincorporated charity to an incorporated charity. This has the effect of creating a legal personality for Kinnoull Tennis Club, so all of the Club’s assets can be held directly in its name and also limits the personal liability of Trustees and Members.
One of the key requirements for lodging a successful application for a change status, is to draft a new constitution, which complies with OSCR’s requirements for incorporated charities. OSCR publish a template constitution document to help charities with this task. The Committee has now approved a new draft constitution SCIO Kinnoull Tennis Club constitution based on that template, for wider approval by Members. If anyone has any questions about the content of the Constitution ahead of the meeting please email Conor Donovan
In order to agree the new constitution we require a minimum of ten members present at the meeting. To ensure this please would you be kind enough to email Laura Jarvis if you intend to come.
Plans for the clubhouse upgrade are progressing well. We are drawing up plans and consulting with local building companies. We would love to hear your views and welcome any input our members would like to make to this exciting venture.
Secretary Kinnoull Tennis Club (registered scottish charity SCO45289)
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