This is the new website for the Colchester and District Tennis League. Unfortunately the previous site suddenly seemed to have difficulty in uploading and then stopped working. Fortunately an IT expert was on a home visit and was able to extract the relevant information to a new website; hence this new site at a new location.
Don’t forget there are more links at the foot of each page leading to more information.
(eg Rules; Previous Champions; member clubs)
If your club has a link to its website please check it is still current.
Colchester and District Tennis League 2022
As life moves back to some sort of normality the League is providing a full league programme for 2022. Matches have commenced and nearly 70 results are in. You can view the tables and results by clicking on the relative links.
Additionally the ‘Open Tournament’ will run this year and we hope there will be a record entry. Please encourage everyone, especially youngsters, to put their names forward as the cut-off date is fast approaching.
Please follow the Tournament link on the Home page for FULL DETAILS AND HOW TO ENTER.
Press Officer’s Report No.2
In the Stringers World Colchester and District Tennis League Ladies Premier Division, The Essex A started strongly in their defence of the title. Facing potential title rivals, Frinton A, they produced an 8-1 victory. The battle for promotion from Division One looks like being a very close affair after Colchester Officers Club A defeated Wivenhoe A 5-4 despite the efforts of Amore Casklyn and Claudia Bozier who were unbeaten for Wivenhoe.
In the Men’s Premier Division, Frinton A look to have a strong team and had a 9-0 victory over Wivenhoe A but in Division One of the Mixed league Wivenhoe fared much better beating the Officers Club A in a hard fought match 6-3. In Division 3 Dedham B were pleased with their 6-3 victory away to The Essex E and in the same Division, Karen and Matthew Capon won all their sides three sets but were defeated 6-3 by Lexden Racquets and Fitness Club B. Despite being a pair short, Wivenhoe B managed to defeat Frinton E 5-4 with a tie-break going their way in Division 5.
The Colchester & District Tennis League is very pleased to announce that the League will be sponsored by Mr Bob Smith of ‘Stringers World’ in Brantham. He is probably well known to many of you but for those who would like further information about ‘Stringers World’ please see the links below
In order to help spread the Colchester tennis message I would like to include a link on the C&D Tennis League website to the individual websites of all the League’s affiliated Clubs. Several Clubs have now made use of this offer. If an affiliated Club wishes to send me their link (to firstname.lastname@example.org) I will be pleased to record it on our Home Page (see below).
Additionally Clubs may like to record a link to the Colchester and District Tennis League on their websites. It is http://www.colchesteranddistricttennisleague.com