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| ||2018 Rose Bowl Mixed Doubles Tournament @ West Heaton|
11 Representative couples gathered at West Heaton to compete for the lovely Rose Bowl, one couple had to withdraw due to illness. Split into two divisions they each played 9 (or 7) games to establish divisional rankings. The resultant was that each ranking couple of one division played a “multi-final” against their equivalent ranked opposition of the other division. The Rose Bowl Trophy was contested between the two top ranked couples of either division. In the Grand Final Bramhall Lane couple James Turner and Katie Sidell defeated the Prestbury couple of Simon Darmon and Jennifer Grayston in an adsorbing and very high standard match. The Trophy and multi-final prizes were presented by League President Peter Jackson
The winners were as follows:-
Level 1, Rose Bowl Trophy – Bramhall Lane.
Level 2: West Heaton A; Level 3 West Heaton B; Level 4: Heaton Mersey; Level 5: Knutsford; Level 6: Greave """"
Top photo: Players of the 2018 Rose Bowl Tournament at West Heaton
Bottom Photo: l to r: Una Goulding (West Heaton President), James Turner & Katie Sidell - winners (Bramhall Lane), Jenny Grayston & Simon Darmon (Prestbury) and Peter Jackson (League President)
Welcome to the website for the North-East Cheshire Lawn Tennis League. Founded in 1953, the League is located in and around Stockport (south of Manchester), most clubs being situated within an eight mile radius of Bramhall (Stockport). There are forty-two clubs involved, having teams in twenty-one divisions i.e. nine Ladies' divisions and twelve Men's divisions.
Matches are played from the beginning of April through to the end of July, allowing a further fortnight's grace to cover any postponements for bad weather.
Mid-week matches commence at 7:0 p.m. for the default 12 set format or 6:30 p.m. for the 18 set format.
The former are played to completion and the latter to completion or timed finish, no later than 10 p.m.. Where clubs agree, week-end matches are also played.
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