Summer League Fixtures Released

This years summer league fixtures have been released and have now been uploaded to the website.

The Courtstalls Men’s Double’s First Team compete in the Premier 2 division against Penarth, Rhiwbina, Whitchurch and Bridgend as well as a long distance trek to Aberaeron. The fixtures against Penarth should see a fair share of banter when club coach Mark Lewis represents Penarth in competitive tennis. Thier first match comes at home against Rhiwbina on Saturday 21st April.

The Men’s Second Team will look to continue their rise up the leagues following promotion from division 6 in 2010 and from division 5 in 2011. Division 4 sees them pitted against just four teams following Cwmbran’s withdrawal from the league. They face rivals Dinas Powys in their first match on Sunday 13th May and then take on Usk, Llantrisant and Cardiff.

The Midweek teams will start their season in late April, with the First Team at home to Monmouth on Thursday 26th April in the Premier Division. They will also play Crickhowell, Stow Park and Allt Yr Yn’s ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams. The Second Team start a day before on Wednesday 25th April at home to Usk. Completing the line up in the First Division are Firbank, Penallt, Cwmbran and Abergavenny.

The Men’s National Club League Team compete in the Premier Division and will have three home fixtures and two away. They kick off the season at home to Rhiwbina on Saturday 14th May, followed by matches against Cardiff Castle, Crickhowell, Whitchurch and Barry.


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