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Belfast & District Lawn Tennis League Ulster Branch Tennis Ireland
AWARDS EVENING 2017  on Friday 20th October 2017 at Royal Belfast Golf Club. Tickets £17 now available by ordering through you club match secretary.   |  
Ballynafeigh Senior Ladies Knockout Cup Winners 2017
Ballynafeigh Senior Ladies Knockout Cup Winners 2017
 
Cavehill Junior Ladies Knockout Cup Winners 2017
Cavehill Junior Ladies Knockout Cup Winners 2017
 
Windsor Intermediate Ladies Knockout Cup Winners 2017
Windsor Intermediate Ladies Knockout Cup Winners 2017
 
Belfast v Dublin Duff Cup Fixture 70th Anniversary Cake
Belfast v Dublin Duff Cup Fixture 70th Anniversary Cake
 
CIYMS Intermediate Mens Knockout Cup Winners 2017
CIYMS Intermediate Mens Knockout Cup Winners 2017
 
Larne Junior Mens Knockout Cup Winners 2017
Larne Junior Mens Knockout Cup Winners 2017
 
Belfast & Dublin Duff Cup Teams 70th Anniversary Fixture 2017
Belfast & Dublin Duff Cup Teams 70th Anniversary Fixture 2017
 
Presentation Evening at Royal Belfast Golf & Tennis Club
Presentation Evening at Royal Belfast Golf & Tennis Club
 
St Patricks Tournament at CIYMS
St Patricks Tournament at CIYMS
 
Belfast Duff Cup Team 2017 for 70th Anniversary Fixture versus Dublin
Belfast Duff Cup Team 2017 for 70th Anniversary Fixture versus Dublin
 
Belfast Harp Cup Team 2017
Belfast Harp Cup Team 2017
 
Belfast & Dublin Harp Cup Teams 2017
Belfast & Dublin Harp Cup Teams 2017
 
 
 

Belfast & District Lawn Tennis Leagues

The Belfast and District Lawn Tennis Leagues are responsible for the organisation of league tennis throughout Northern Ireland. A League Executive is elected annually, which has the responsibility of carrying out the administration of the leagues on the behalf of all the affiliated clubs.

In order to play in the leagues clubs must be affiliated to the Ulster Branch of Tennis Ireland.

Over the years the leagues have developed from offering inter club competition from April to September to what is in place now, inter club leagues over twelve months of the year. The early rules also stipulated that in order to play in the leagues clubs must be located no more that thirty miles from the main General Post Office in Belfast. The other significant change can be gleaned from the name. In the early days most clubs would have had grass courts! 

Today thirty three clubs from across Northern Ireland take part in league tennis and this equates to just under two thousand players. As we move forward we hope that these numbers will increase further.