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‘Follow terms to avoid termination’

22nd March, 2019

By UMESH RAJAN

KOTA KINABALU: Renters of the Likas Sports Complex tennis courts are advised to follow the terms and conditions set by Sabah Tennis Association (STA) to avoid facing termination.

This was announced by STA President, Johnson Koh in a statement on Thursday after a meeting regarding the matter together with Sabah Sports Board, Sabah Sports Council, Likas Sports Complex management and Tennis Courts Rental Association (TCRA).

“We advise court renters to follow the newly established terms and conditions as failure to obey will cause their renter contracts to be terminated instantly by Sabah Sports Board.

“Hence, all concerned parties are to cooperate and support each other to avoid public complaints as well as to have a friendly sporting relationship for the sake of Sabah tennis,” he said.

Likas Sports Complex management held the meeting with TCRA to enforce the terms and conditions stipulated in the agreement signed between Sabah Sports Board and the court renters.

The meeting yesterday was chaired by Sabah Sports Board General Manager, Terrance Edward Pudin who stated that a few new conditions must be noted by current and future renters of the tennis courts.

He put forward the terms and conditions of the court rentals and directed the two associations (STA and TCRA) to follow them strictly without any conditions.

“As discussed, the monthly rentals are divided to both STA and TCRA for the purpose of promoting tennis to the local communities here in Sabah,” he said.

Terrance then revealed that he has received public complaints regarding certain matters that could cause injuries to users of the courts which he said if the terms and conditions are adhered to, any mishaps or injury can be avoided.

The newly appointed General Manager stressed that one of the conditions is that any structures other than the empire’s chair and resting benches are not allowed inside of the courts area.

The other regulation is that the court renters must give way to official tournaments organised by registered legal associations, departments or clubs at district, state and national levels without compromise.

While other than the allotted times agreed in the agreement, members of the public can book the courts at the Sports Board counter for the empty time slots available.

   
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