Quaker Park Tennis Club hosts a social men and ladies league.  There is no club fee to join either of these leagues however each collect funds from their participants to cover the cost of balls.  The ladie's league has an annual fee of $12 while the men's league have each player provide a new can of balls 3 or 4 times throughout the season.

In addition to the main men's and ladie's league, a singles ladder is hosted throughout the season where members can join (free of charge) and challenge each other throughout the season.  A competitive doubles league is also available on Wednesday nights using a round-robin format.


Welcoming all ladies of all skill levels, the Ladies League play 3 times per week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8:00 am to 10:30 am.  If you are new to tennis, QPTC is privileged to have 3 personable and competent instructors on staff, to offer free lessons on Tuesday/Thursday evenings during May/June of our 2018 season.  Additional clinics are also available for further advancing your skills and strategies.

Once the basics are mastered, the Ladies League offers an optional buddy/mentoring system to help you feel more comfortable with the game and to fully enjoy the fabulous tennis season at QPTC.

The Ladies League usually begins the first or second week in May.  An annual fee of $12 per member applies to cover the cost of balls, which are provided for play each day.

The league will host two pot luck luncheons this season, to be held in June and August

CONTACT:  Sue McKenzie


An organized men's league welcoming men of all ages and skill level who are able to play during the day.  Games are scheduled over a two hour period on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 am to 10:00 am,  from 10:00 am to noon and from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

A volunteer committee diligently creates a schedule with the aim of promoting a balanced, competitive play.  The committee ensures that skill levels are balanced mixing experienced players with novice and ranges in between.  All matches are doubles play and players change partners after each set allowing each player to play with each of the other players in the foursome.  Depending on the mix of skill levels, players may choose to remain with the same partners. Scores are not recorded as the emphasis is on having a good time regardless of whether the players are competitive, average or just content on having a good fellowship and getting healthy exercise. A member may register as a regular player or as a spare.

One of the players in every foursome is assigned to provide new balls for their game.  "Used-only-once" balls may be used if they are in top condition.  The responsibility for providing the balls is indicated on the schedule and the committee ensures that the responsibility of providing the balls is equally balanced by all participants.

Participants are emailed a copy of the schedule and a copy is posted on the club bulletin board.  Schedules are also posted on this webpage.

To register for the league, members must contact one of the organizers.

CONTACT:  Jerry Raper

Tennis is mostly mental.  You win or lose the match before you go out there -- Venus Williams