As such, substantial changes to normal practices are advised to help mitigate the risk to serious health effects, which will not be not limited to those most vulnerable.
The Liverpool & District Tennis Group League Committee strongly recommend fixtures are NOT played during the RED WARNING period and are rearranged following the Match Regulations in particular 4e. https://www.liverpooltennisgroup.com/match-regulations.html
During AMBER WARNING periods we recommend sensible precautions by taking into consideration co existing health or other physical factors eg age, medications etc. Rearrangements in AMBER WARNING periods must be communicated to the league committee confirming that BOTH team captains are in agreement. Please remember the Fair Play Charter and respect your opposition’s circumstances.
Any questions please do ask by contacting: Sue Critchley, chair match regulations sub committee 07872 149820
Further information is available:
Having trialled the League Planner during 2021 we are now going ahead with this system. This will make life easier in as much as no score cards will be used. However, it is extremely important that results are sent in straight after the match. Even more important is the requirement that all players in league matches have to be registered with BRITISH TENNIS MEMBERSHIP. This can be done by the player themselves (and the resultant registration detail given to your secretary) or by the secretary direct. Unregistered players will show up on the result as “Unknown” and the possibility of their result being quashed is under consideration. At this point I would like to welcome Kiran Vidad to the committee and he is the new Fixtures/Results Secretary, taking over from Harry Nelson who has retired from the committee after many many years of service.
All information that used to be in the handbook will be on the Group website. Handbooks are no longer being issued. If you have not updated your Captaincy details for 2022 then please use this link.
On a lighter note I will be booking the league dinner and presentation of prizes, possible Saturday 17th September. I will also be hunting trophies –during July/August. If you have one at your clubhouse please let me know.
For the time being I think I have covered everything necessary but will be in touch with further information as and when necessary. Let us hope for plenty of tennis and sunshine in which to play it.
Pauline Oliver (Group Secretary)
1 week to go until the 2021 starts and it's time to start entering your players into the league planner.
Below are the links to the planner, pdf instructions and a video tutorial.
Fixtures, Results & Tables (League Planner)
Here are the fixtures for this season.
We are in the process of updating the website to hold the handbook details, we are using last season's data as a starting point so please check it out and email any amendments to your club contacts, team captains etc.
All results etc. are going to be input online and a link to the league will be sent out nearer the start of the season. Players will be registered on the system. This is a great opportunity for us to get into the modern era and we envisage some teething problems, but this is an ideal season to test it out.
Please bear with us and your fellow clubs during these difficult times, be patient and enjoy the tennis.
After consultation with Clubs the committee have come up with the following guidelines for this season, taking in to account the unpredictability of the current situation and the need to maintain a safe environment for play.
We are sure the matches will be played in a competitive, but fair, way and we appreciate that not all players will want to partake or feel comfortable travelling.
There will be no charge to Clubs to participate for this season.
There will be a full set of fixtures starting week commencing 10th May.
RECORDING RESULTS / CLUB INFORMATION
All matches must be played using the LTA COVID guidelines in place at the time of the match.
RESERVE PLAYER LIST