Organisation Structure

Board members

Thomas Ehrlicher

President

Thomas has been a member since 2003 and currently plays in the Thursday night competition as well as early and late Social Tennis.

He has joined our board in 2022 and is the President of our Club. Thomas served 11 years as a Board Member at Coogee Diggers.

James Maston

Treasurer

James is a Chartered Accountant and has been a member of the club since 2013. He is the current treasurer overseeing the accounting, tax matters and general finances of the club.

Bruce Hawker

Director

Bruce Hawker has been an ESTC member since 2015 and joined the board in 2019. He is a lawyer and assists the club in regulatory issues with Randwick Council and legal issues.

Garry Blandy

Director

Garry has been a member of the ESTC since 1998.

He was elected to the board in 2017 on a platform of protecting social tennis.

Garry has assisted the ESTC in planning matters relating to the building, the lease of the floor occupied by the club and building issues.

Tom Cripps

Director/Licensee

Tom contributes to the continued successful administration of ESTC, focusing on development of tennis facilities, expansion & development of the game in the Eastern Suburbs. He plays Tuesday, Thursday, and Badge Competitions.

Victoria Cooper

Director

Victoria is a Mortgage Broker and has been a member of our Club since 2019.

She plays early social tennis, Ladies Clinic and has lessons at the club.

Victoria is passionate about tennis and the club and is active in organizing social activities and club bonding events

Jo Thorley

Director

Jo Thorley commenced her work life in Nursing then, following completion of a degree in Architecture, transitioned into the field of health infrastructure. In that time she specialised in the strategic management of multiple stakeholders with competing needs. In the latter years of her career she owned her own company in the industry.

Since 2018, she has been a Board Member of Black Dog Institute and is focussed on the impact that community organisations and activities, such as tennis, can have on better mental health.