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City serves up an ace new court surface

Aiden BoyhamSound Telegraph
City of Kwinana club development officer Alyce Atkinson, councillor Sandra Lee, Mayor Carol Adams, Kwinana Tennis Club Secretary Anna Hricko and life member Maxine Steegstra enjoying the newly revamped courts.
Camera IconCity of Kwinana club development officer Alyce Atkinson, councillor Sandra Lee, Mayor Carol Adams, Kwinana Tennis Club Secretary Anna Hricko and life member Maxine Steegstra enjoying the newly revamped courts. Credit: Aiden Boyham

Kwinana Tennis Club players are set to ace their competition after the City of Kwinana finished some much-needed upgrades to the courts.

A $50,000 project, funded by the City and carried out by PlayMaker Sports, has seen a cracking and aged surface replaced with durable Rebound Ace material, with new net poles also installed.

Upgrades started in April and finished on May 5.

Mayor Carol Adams said the new courts looked fantastic.

“We are a sporting community and having tennis courts of this quality in our city is a tremendous community asset and puts us in a better position to be able to further support junior development,” she said.

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More works are on the horizon, with the City expected to add new fencing soon while the club also plans to erect shade sails, install bi-fold doors and improve window treatments to the club rooms.

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