The Datchworth is a competitive but friendly tennis league, with 128 teams from 36 Hertfordshire clubs.
Last Update: 23.20 on Tuesday 19th June -Zero results/postponements outstanding for Week 9
Please make sure you send your results in with full player names by midnight on Wednesday each week.
There are now four teams each week without a fixture (in 5B, 6A, 7A and 7B), so feel free to arrange a friendly against one of the other teams when your blank weeks come around.
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If you are changing captains for this season please let Secretary Diane Coe know the new contact details asap for the Contact List. If you have passed your captaincy duties to someone else, please do make sure they know the rules!
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2018 will see the 50th anniversary of the Datchworth League. If you have any ideas of how this may be commemorated, please pass your thoughts on to a Committee member.
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Please encourage Datchworth players at your club to sign up for these e-mail newsletters (via the box at he bottom of the left hand menu on the front page of the website) as it will help them to keep in touch with any useful info that is sent out. It also helps to make sure the info gets out in the event that one key person from a club is suddenly unavailable. As you know, we don't need to send out very many newsletters during the year, so it shouldn't take up much space in their inbox.
Summer 2018 Summary
Summer 2018 Fixture Matrix
Summer 2018 Detail Table
Summer 2018 Player Results
Summer 2018 Remarks
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The Summer league runs on 14 Monday evenings from end April to end July. This season there are 128 teams in 16 divisions. Division 1 is good county standard, the lower divisions are less energetic. There is an Autumn league played at weekends from early September to mid November.
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