The Edgeware Tennis Club committee is made up of a group of volunteers to take on roles such as the Club President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer/Administrator, Club Coach, Club Captain, Junior Administrator and Club Delegate. It’s important to ensure representation of our entire membership, so we welcome parents and members from all backgrounds to join as committee members.

The  committee is elected at the club’s AGM which is usually held before the beginning of every season. The committee meets every month and is tasked with the day to day running of the club, ensuring that members are able to use and enjoy our great facilities and experience the game of tennis year round. Alongside this, the committee also organises a number of social events and fundraisers throughout the year.

If being on our committee sounds like something that might interest you, or if you have a skill set that you think could add value, we’d love to hear from you! Please talk to a committee member or send us an email.

Meet our committee

I have been a keen tennis player since a very young age. My love for the game has extended to my daughter who is a keen participant and Edgeware Interclub rep in a team I have previously managed. It was her involvement that motivated me to ‘roll my sleeves up’ and join the committee. This is my second year on the committee and first as president. With our dedicated committee, I am excited about the future of the club and though as a small organisation we face challenges, the passion and commitment held by those actively involved at Edgeware paints a very positive outlook which I’m very enthusiastic to be a part of.

Mark Fahey


After spending hours every week at Edgeware watching my son play tennis it was probably inevitable that I would end up on the committee at some point! I’m far from being a professional tennis player myself but I’m passionate about helping to make Edgeware a place where we can all come and enjoy tennis in a friendly community environment. I love bringing people together through the events that we hold and have made so many new friends through our association with the club these past few years.

Anna-Marie Sloane

Vice President

Having been a tennis fan for years, I finally managed to build up the courage to start playing about 4 years ago and have never looked back. I have been lucky to travel to Melbourne twice to watch the Australian Open which has given me more passion for the wonderful game. Our club and committee are what I am most proud of, these people make Edgeware Tennis Club a wonderful club to be associated with and are always looking at new ways of getting our members involved in fun social events at our club. You will see me on court most Saturday afternoon’s, so bring your racket down and come have a hit and the best part is…. chocolate biscuits and a cuppa after our games :-).

Katrina Wealleans


I have been apart of the Edgeware culture for over 7 years and have progressed from Junior grades into the Premier Mens team. I have recently changed my focus to coaching however, where I am currently head coach of the club. I have a big passion for being on court coaching and mentoring players of all ages/abilities. I am also heavily involved in the ‘off court’ side of the club whether it’s administration, business, or social media. It’s really exciting being in the committee and I’m excited about the future of the club moving forward.

Nic Jenkins

Junior Administrator

I hadn’t played much tennis since I left school and after driving past the club every day for several years I decided it was time to be brave and get back into it. It was daunting at first playing organised games with strangers but they were all so welcoming and after a few weeks you start to learn the names and faces. After playing nearly every Saturday afternoon for a couple of years and a few private coaching sessions, I built up enough confidence to give Interclub a go in a mixed team – and now I’m even more motivated to develop my skills and match play further.  I decided to join the committee in 2018 and it’s been interesting learning about what goes into running a club, as well as the challenges and responsibilities the committee face. I’m committed to offering my skill sets to help support the club in anyway I can.

Jenna Lester