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Harrogate & District Tennis League

This is the official HDTL web site, and its prime function is to keep clubs and their players informed about news and events. In particular, it provides a regular update of results and league tables during the season, which runs from the end of April to mid-August.

The Harrogate and District Tennis League offers competitive mixed doubles at a wide range of standards in six divisions. The lower divisions provide competition for club players of average standard, while Division 1 attracts players of a very high calibre for regular mixed doubles.

The League has operated successfully for many years and currently has 50 teams from 19 clubs.

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Latest HDTL News

Match report week 16 2016

Published on Sunday 21st August 2016

Week 16 of the HDTL was lovely and sunny, with the nights drawing in and sunsets at 8.30pm. It was a crucial week for relegation and promotion  hopes, and calculators were clicking everywhere.

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Match report week 15 2016

Published on Saturday 13th August 2016

The HDTL is now into playing rearranged matches postponed due to rain earlier in the season. Unfortunately the rain decided to return again and disrupt matches, after weeks of sun.

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Match report week 14 2016

Published on Sunday 7th August 2016

Week 14 of the Harrogate & District League started very grey on Monday, but matches were played, albeit after a few rain delays.

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Match report week 13 2016

Published on Sunday 31st July 2016

Week 13 of the Harrogate & District League was a lovely sunny week apart from a damp Thursday, but all matches were played

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Published on Sunday 24th July 2016

The HDTL Committee has called an EGM for Tuesday 6 September, 7pm at Harrogate Racquets Club to discuss a proposal to change the format of the matches.

All HDTL club contacts and captains have been emailed a copy of the proposal. At the EGM the normal AGM voting rights will apply, and the voter must be present at the AGM. Two thirds of clubs must attend for a quorum.

Voting cards will be issued at the EGM and the votes cast will be recorded.

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