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

2017 Match Report week 8

Published on Saturday 24th June 2017

After a week’s break for the annual tournament, Harrogate & District Tennis League matches resumed and week 8 was played in warm conditions. Clubs who have two teams in one Division had to play each other this week, and the form book held with Academy winning over Academy A, Harrogate Racquets over Harrogate Racquets A and Wetherby A over Wetherby B.

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2017 Match Report week 7

Published on Friday 9th June 2017

Week 7 of the HDTL started wet and wild, with all matches postponed on Monday and Tuesday except one 1st division fixture where West Tanfield coaxed Academy A onto court and won the match over two wet rounds.

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2017 Match Report week 6

Published on Sunday 4th June 2017

The Spring Bank Holiday week was good weatherwise for the HDTL in week 6 with all matches being played.

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2017 Match Report week 5

Published on Monday 29th May 2017

Week 5 of the HDTL was bathed in hot sunshine, with temperatures well into the top 20’s in the evening. All matches were played and some postponed ones as well.

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2017 Match Report week 4

Published on Saturday 20th May 2017

Week 4 of the HDTL saw matches played in either damp conditions, or beautiful conditions.

Monday’s matches were rained off in Harrogate, but in the district West Tanfield played Academy and won, removing the Academy from the Division 1 top spot for the first time in three years. Starbeck are now at the top of the table, as their match v Boroughbridge was called off, and they play Academy on Monday 22 May. Elsewhere Ripon C won against Masham, and  Bedale A won against  Thirsk B.

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