The Halton tournament was organised to the highest standard I have ever experienced. The refereeing and administration should be benchmarked for best practice by the LTA.
Parent of junior player
Tournaments & box leagues
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Ladies monthly tournamentsOpen to members and non-members!
The highlight of our annual tennis calendar is undoubtedly the Club Festival of Tennis & Club Championships, held during the summer. It culminates in a long weekend in early September with the final rounds and a big party.
There are events for everyone and our Director of Tennis ensures every player gets to play in as many matches as possible.
Throughout the year we also host a number of pop up events with a selection of fun competitions run at weekends or holiday times by coaches or senior club members.
There is a consistent emphasis on competition, and most of our social events include this element. We have a number of other tournaments throughout the year to keep you playing and these include:
- Adult & Child Tournaments
- Pro-Ams and charity fundraisers
- Terry's Tournament (mixed doubles)
- Start of Summer Season Tournament
- Chairman’s Cup (mixed doubles)
- Rusty Rackets - Autumn, Summer & Winter
- End of Summer Season Tournament
- Sunday Summer Members Team Cup
Started in 2011, the box leagues have brought a completely new dimension to traditional club tennis and have really caught the imagination of many members who want more competitive tennis. It's also had an added benefit for members to meet others that they perhaps wouldn't normally come across in club sessions.
We run singles and doubles box league matches (similar to ladders) all year round for all members who want additional fun and competitive tennis in a relaxed club environment. Join more than 140 players who take part in our box leagues.
Matches are structured with 4-5 matches to be played in rounds lasting 7-8 weeks. Matches should take no more than 1 hour to complete and promotion or relegation is then evaluated after each round. These leagues are perfect for all levels of players who are keen to meet new people, play some competitive singles and doubles tennis, or simply to sharpen their skills for club team tennis. Both singles and doubles matches are the best of 3 short sets to 4 games. If a third set is needed then this is played as a 10-point championship tie break to decide the match. This format gives you the chance to be competitive to the very end and even the loser(s) gets points for playing!! The top players/pairs at the end of the league will be invited to compete in the end of year ‘Tour Finals’ on a Sunday in April.