Joining a Subsidiary Club is a great way to meet new people and learn new skills. New members are always welcome.
- Cheetahs Swimming Club
Cheetahs Swimming Club
Generally three events are conducted each Thursday evening commencing at 6pm. The events are mostly shorter sprints but there are the occasional distance events to test the resolve. All standards of swimming ability are catered for by the handicap system, which provides everyone with winning opportunities and point score prizes. Swimming is usually followed by a get together at one of City Tatts bars with drinks (non-alcoholic for some) and optional light meals.
The annual program includes a number of trophy nights usually accompanied by a dinner, and the competitive year ends in December with open and age championships.
Cheetahs members may attend on as many Thursdays as they wish but must compete on at least twelve Thursdays during the year to be eligible to swim in the end of year championship events.
Some members describe the Cheetahs as the Social Club that swims. Annual social and sporting activities include:
- Golf days and mixed Golf weekend;
- Skiing weekend with our Ski Club;
- Beachcomber Island (Fiji) tour ocean race competition (we send both swimming and social teams);
- Two Tatts relay –competition between our Club and Tattersalls Club;
- Themed nights at restaurants;
- Numerous social nights; and
- Mixed Christmas social
The swimming club has a group of ocean swimmers who regularly compete here in the Sydney region and tour to regional and exotic locations like Fiji. The group has competitors who are there to win and a larger group who are happy to survive and experience the camaraderie.
If you have not joined us yet, come down to the pool at 6pm on Thursday and look us over. And don’t be shy, say hello and have a swim! You will be most welcome.
Membership is limited to male City Tatts members as the pool is part of the Men’s Fitness Centre facilities. Annual membership fee is $10.00, with a swimming night fee of $3.00 payable on each attendance. These are in addition to City Tatts Fitness Centre fees.
Captain: John Keevers, 0418 578 159
Secretary: Ian McLennan, 0418 228 455
Vice Captain: Peter Miller, 0418 262 819
Principal Office Bearers
President: Stephen Matthews
Senior Vice President: David Pugh
Captain: John Keevers
Treasurer: Denis Ward
Secretary: Ian McLennan
- Cycling Club
City Tattersalls Cycling Club. Formed by a group of nine friends and Club Members, the Sub-Club is looking for Members to get involved and join them on their rides through some of the most breathtaking areas of NSW – and beyond.
The group start at the same point and finish together, but in between, the route may differ, ensuring that everyone involved rides within their comfort level and ability. The Sub-Club is keen on expanding exponentially, and are inviting both men and women to join up. The best part? You don’t need to be a member of the Fitness Centres to get involved.
The Club is planning to run quarterly orientation sessions that will cover everything from basic riding techniques, riding in a peloton, equipment choices, changing tyres, as well as nutrition and hydration. New starters will hone their skills on easy, flat terrain before the open rides begin. Even for the more experienced riders, safety is paramount – so the group opts for national parks, where there is reduced traffic, the air is clean and the scenery is peerless.
So, what makes the perfect ride? It couldn’t be simpler, says member Glenn “The company, the weather, location, and great coffee afterwards – and don’t forget a good rest and nutrition the night before!”
Cycling Club President: Kumar Kalyanakumar, 0402 188 999.
- Harriers Club
The City Tattersalls Harriers Running and Walking Group assembles rain, hail or shine every Sunday morning in Centennial Park (corner of Oxford Street and York Road, opposite the bus terminal) at 8.00am.
I am Charles Anscombe and I am the current group leader. Why I say current leader is because the Harriers have been meeting at the same spot each Sunday for well over forty years. We have a group to suit everybody – a walking group, also slow medium and fast running groups. We encourage families and individuals to come along and explore the bi-ways and back streets of the older parts of our city as well as the eastern beaches and harbour foreshores.
This can be treated as purely a social experience or a tough demanding ‘hit out’ whichever you prefer. After the initial warm-up we split into our preferred groups and off we go. We always meet up once or twice during the course of the run, this enables people to change into another group. If one of the runners want to move up a group for one of the sections they can and when we meet again they have the choice to stay or move back to their original group.
If you feel like getting fitter and having a great social experience at the same time, just turn up at Centennial Park, the run commences promptly at 8.10am. We regularly have around sixty people on the run, often more, but do not worry if there is no one in sight at 8.00am as they all converge just before start time.
If you would like to know more you can contact the Harriers Club President: Charles Anscombe, 0418 209 888
- Indoor Bowls
Social bowls are held every Saturday at noon in the Birrung Room on Level 2.
This Club is for members who enjoy lawn bowls and socialising without the bother of the weather ruining the game. This Club is where members can start new friendships, develop old friendships and learn more about the game of bowls.
We welcome new players and if you have never played the game before we also provide free lessons. Throughout the year we have social trips where we visit other indoor bowls clubs and play a friendly game against them to improve our skills. After Bowls we break for lunch or a snack or even a cup of tea.
If you are interested in joining our Club, enquiries through Ladies Indoor Bowls Club President: Sarita Lipman (02) 9518 9013
Mahjong is a tile game that originated in China and requires skill, strategy and calculation. The game is played with a set of 152 tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols each player begins by receiving thirteen tiles. In turn players draw and discard tiles until they complete a legal hand using the fourteenth drawn tile to form four groups and a pair.We welcome new players to join in this fun, entertaining game. Mahjong occurs seasonally within the Club.
If you would like to participate please call Mahjong Club President: Ms Kay Whitty, 0416 030 129
For more information about the games history visit WikiPedia
- Men's Golf Club
Men's Golf Club
Golf Club for Men is a Club where men can share their passion for golf. Not only can you improve your swing or your drive you also get to meet other golf enthusiasts with whom you can share tips and stories. We encourage golfers of all experience levels to join our club, even if you have never played before.
This Club plays every Thursday with hit-off at approximately 11.30am – 12.00pm. Venues change weekly so for confirmation of the venue please contact us prior to the day.
Men’s Golf Club President: George Samios (02) 9630 5604 or 0438 131 934
- Men's Lawn Bowls Club
Men's Lawn Bowls Club
Men’s Lawn Bowls Club meets every Tuesday. The venue changes each week but once you join you shall be given a six monthly fixture card. The home bowling green for this club is the Greenlees Park in Concord.
Most Tuesdays are social lawn bowls but once a year all the City Tattersalls Clubs get together for the Turf Bowlers Carnival. This club is the strongest social club in Sydney. We would love for you to join the men’s lawn bowls combination club, as we always welcome new members.
Men’s Lawn Bowls Club President: Mr Ralph Johns 0418 469 666
Enquiries: Mark Cooper 0415 904 401
- Racquetball Club
New players come to racquetball from a background in tennis and squash or just have an interest in racquet sports.
The Racquetball Club conducts annual handicap and open tournaments. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons from around 3:00 pm, social games are organised for players from beginners to advanced.
The courts are freely available to all Fitness Centre users (at any time when there is no standing booking for a Fitness Class) and racquets and balls can be obtained from Fitness Centre staff.
For further information talk to our Fitness Centre staff.
Racquetball Club President: Neville Saville, 0402 913 446
- Ski Club
We are always looking for new Members, single or families, interested in competition social skiing, downhill or cross country.
Members have the use of Boonoona, the Club’s Ski Lodge in Perisher Valley. Primarily a Social Club, the Ski Club caters for every grade skier, holds internal competitions and takes part in open events.
Ski Club President: Michael Sterndale-Smith, 0412 043 900
Boonoona Ski Lodge Bookings: 02 9287 6441.
- Snooker Club
The Snooker Club runs a handicap tournament each Wednesday night commencing at 7.00pm with prizes to be won.
Come along and join in a good night of competition!
Tournaments are run on a handicap basis, so everyone has a chance of winning!
Ladies are most welcome to join.
Snooker Club President: Dennis Tritt, 0402 825 359
Snooker balls are available for Life, Gold and Silver Members from Member Services.
Would you like to enhance your interpersonal skills by improving your public speaking ability?
The Toastmasters Club offers you this opportunity in a supportive and friendly atmosphere.
The club meets every first and third Tuesday of the month, from 7.00pm – 9.00pm, at the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel.
Looking to improve your speaking and leadership skills? Ignite your career? Gain the confidence to speak up?
You’ve come to the right place. Since 1924, Toastmasters has helped more than 4 million people just like you, from around the world, become more confident speakers and leaders.
If you are interested in joining our club, the easiest way is to come along to one of our meetings as a visitor, free of charge and with no obligation. You will then be able to get comfortable with the proceedings, and even participate in Table Topics if you wish.
You will be able to observe how we practice public speaking in a friendly, supportive and good-humoured atmosphere.
As a visitor you will receive a welcome kit with further information about our club and about Toastmasters, as well as a membership application form. When you are ready to join, you will need to fill in the application form and pay the joining fee, as well as a pro-rata membership fee.