TENNIS

The nine schools have competed in an annual Tennis Premiership since 1918.

2017

  2017 GPS Tennis Season Draw

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 9 – 16 June 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 8 – 10 June 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 7 – 3 June 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 6 – 27 May 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 5 – 20 May 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 4 – 13 May 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 3 – 6 May 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 2 – 29 April 2017

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 1 – 22 April 2017

2016

  2016 GPS Tennis Season Draw

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 9 – 11 June 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 8 – 4 June 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 7 – 28 May 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 6 – 21 May 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 5 – 14 May 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 4 – 7 May 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 3 – 30 April 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 2 – 23 April 2016

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 1 – 16 April 2016

2008

  GPS Tennis 1st IV Points Table 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 9 – 25 October 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 8 – 18 October 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 7 – 11 October 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 6 – 13 September 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 5 – 6 September 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 4 – 30 August 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 3 – 23 August 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 2 – 16 August 2008

  GPS Tennis Results – Round 1 – 9 August 2008

2007

  2007 GPS Tennis Results & Ladder

2002

  2002 GPS Tennis 1st IV Results Summary

2001

  2001 GPS Tennis 1st IV Results Summary

2000

  2000 GPS Tennis 1st IV Results Summary

1999

  1999 GPS Tennis 1st IV Results Summary

1998

  1998 GPS Tennis 1st IV Results Summary

The J.N. (Jack) Radcliffe Trophy GPS Tennis

One of Brisbane Grammar School’s best tennis players was J.N. (Jack) Radcliffe, who was school champion in 1908, 1910 and 1911. Jack excelled in cricket, tennis and rowing early in his life, and later, in golf. He represented Oxford University at tennis in 1920 and 1921, and was the Queensland singles champion in 1921. One of the finest golfers the state has known, he had the distinction of winning the Queensland Open Championship as an amateur in 1933, being the state’s first amateur to do so.

Jack was awarded a Military Cross in World War 1. He was selected as a Queensland Rhodes Scholar in 1915 and later became Principal of The Southport School.

We remember Jack’s contribution to the GPS sport of Tennis.

The Premiership trophy for the GPS Tennis season is awarded to the First IV competition only, where the school with the highest number of competition points at the end of nine rounds determines the Champion School.

JN Radcliffe Memorial Cup

View the rich history of GPS Tennis 1st IV Premiers in The Trophy Room.

Member Schools