The British League Premier Division has come to a close and concluded with no major upsets in what was the end of an exciting season of table tennis.
Karen Tonge, Club Chairman
Neil Brierley, club Press Officer
Chris Main, Head Coach
The entry for Junior British league 2017-18 and the playoffs are contained in the documents below
JBL Entry Letter 2017-18
Team Entry Form 2017-18
Player Registration Form 2017-18
Ormesby have already secured the number 2 spot and will be playing their last match of the season at home against Halton.
Fusion went up against BATTS in the last round and regained the 3rd spot and this weekend they will be playing Cardiff City.
This weekend will bring the penultimate round of the British League Premier Division. The unstoppable Drumchapel have already won the league but the fight for 3rd position goes on with Fusion and BATTS battling it out this weekend.
Drumchapel will be going into their match against Halton this weekend off the back of winning the Scottish League title last weekend and will surely edge one step closer to completing a historic double by winning the Senior Premier League title in 3 weeks’ time.
Drumchapel continue to march on at the front and now top the league with 19 points after this weekend’s match against Cardiff City. The rest of the matches went in a similarly predicable way with no major changes in the league table standings.
The British League Premier Division is nearing its end and the table is split into three but with 4 rounds to go there is still the chance for movement on the table. This weekend we will see the 11th round get underway.
Saturday 25th March 2017 @ 14:00
Two star-studded line-ups and a capacity crowd in Glasgow ensured an electric atmosphere for the key clash, with Drumchapel holding a slender one-point advantage at the top of the table at start of play.
League giants Drumchapel and Ormesby will come face to face this weekend for the second time in season to battle for the British League title. The middle of the table battle will also continue this weekend with BATTS Cardiff City and Fusion all in contention for third place.