Court Review Committee (CRC)

Templeogue Tennis Club's 
Court Review Committee (CRC)

What does CRC stand for?
Courts Review Committee.

What does the CRC do?
A forum to agree on court allocation.

Who sits on the CRC committee?
President, Vice President, Tennis Captains, Head of Coaching and Junior Officer.

When does the CRC meet?
The committee meets formally every quarter and informally on an ongoing basis for specific requests and changes in circumstances e.g. COVID protocols / at the beginning of every coaching term / use of the dome.

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What are the principles of court allocation?
Courts allocation is agreed based on an evolving balance of Inclusivity, Social Connection, Competition and Improvement.  The key principle of the CRC is to be fair as possible to all membership groups.

Inclusivity - both genders and all age groups
Social Connection - social mornings, social evenings
Competition - leagues, matchplay and day cups
Improvement - camps, private and group coaching



Decisions on-court allocation is guided by a balance of:

  • Inclusivity (all member groups)
  • Social Connection (social tennis groups)
  • Competition (leagues and tournaments)
  • Improvement (camps, private and group coaching)
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Any new requests for court allocation (e.g. block bookings of multiple courts) or queries about court allocation or court usage should be addressed to with CRC in the title.

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Location: Templeogue Tennis Club, Templeogue Village, Dublin, D6W K402 

Telephone: 01 490 2760

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