Paramount Tennis Club president Charlie Whiteley has been unanimously voted back into the top job for a further year at the club's Annual General Meeting.
The club's strong membership numbers and lively weekly competitions, with over 100 players competing in the club's A, B and C grade night competitions and a robust junior contingent coming up the ranks, as well as upgrades to the grounds including two new light towers were cited as reasons for the committee to once again give Whiteley their backing.
"The club is in great shape and that is largely thanks to the hard work of the committee and others that are involved at the club," Whiteley said.
"It is very much a team effort and my role as president is made a lot easier by having such a strong team behind me.
"A couple of committee members that deserve special mention are Phil Wheeler, our club person of the year for 2019, and Karen Armstrong.
"Karen has done a simply exceptional job as secretary for over 20 years, it is immeasurable the amount of time and work she has put into the club. The club is indebted to her."
Armstrong made the decision this year to step down from the secretary role, with general committee member Sean Basile stepping up to that position at Tuesday's AGM.
Treasurer Mark Campbell was also returned unanimously while Phil Wheeler was recognised by the commitee as the club person of the year for 2019 for his outstanding contributions to the club over the past year.