Important Notices

Immediate Suspension of the League due to Coronavirus Health Crisis

Following the latest HM Government recommendations, the Management Committee have decided that all League activities are suspended with immediate effect (17/03/2020).

The Committee will monitor the developing situation and advise accordingly.

Gerry Martin
Secretary  

Neil Le Milliere
Chairman

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Hoares Bank Have Withdrawn from this Season's League

Due to illness and the availability of other players, Hoares have reluctantly decided that as they cannot fulfil the majority of their remaining fixtures they have no option but to withdraw from this seasons league.

The fixture lists on the website have been updated to reflect this regrettable loss.

Hoares Bank hope to be in a position to re-enter the league next season.  

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TTE & TT365 membership subscriptions

There are still a few players who have yet to register with TT365 and TTE.

The LBCS committee would be grateful if any player with outstanding registrations could  attend to these as soon as possible.

Here is the link for you to pay your TT365 subscription. £7 senior £4 Junior.

https://www.tabletennis365.com/Subscriptions/Membership

Please contact the League Secretary, if you have any difficulties with the system or otherwise.

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