The Liverpool Tennis League season for 2016 came to a close at the weekend with the final of the Brockbank trophy. Palmerston had home advantage as they took on Waterloo and retained their title with a comprehensive 5-0 win.
The final tournament of the season reaches it’s climax on Saturday when Palmerston host Waterloo in the Brockbank.
Waterloo defeated Carlton in their semi final while Palmerston overcame Mersey Bowmen.
The final is due to start at 2pm for anyone who would like to go and watch.
Carlton won the Eric Worthington Plate by defeating Mossley Hill by 135 games to 100! Congratulations to all who played.
Congratulations to East Wavertree who defeated Palmerston in the semi final and then Widnes in the final to clinch the Fairlawn Trophy. The final score was 6-2.
We’ll see them collect their trophy on Friday 23rd September at the League Presentation.
The Brockbank is also reaching the latter stages of the competition and the following Clubs will play the 3rd Round on the 23rd of August.
Palmerston v Blundellsands
Bohemians v Mersey Bowmen
Waterloo v Aughton
Carlton v Campion.
Now that we are approaching the end of the 2016 league season it’s time to remind you all that our annual presentation night will take place on Friday 23rd September 2016. It will be held once again at the West Lancashire Golf Club.
Pauline should have contacted all clubs with ticket information but if you haven’t received any correspondence then please get in touch with us!
Fairlawn 3rd Round by the 10th July
Rainford v East Wavertree
Liverpool C.C. v Palmerston
Mersey Bowmen v Campion
Widnes T. A. v Waterloo
Eric Worthington Plate By 24th July
Thingwall (+55) v Carlton (+70) – the winner to play Blundellsands (Scr) by 14th August
Mossley Hill (+25) v Cressington (+35) – the winner to play Bohemians (+15) by 14th August
The 2015 Liverpool League season drew to an official close with the League dinner which was held at the West Lancashire Golf Club last Saturday night.
Thanks to everyone who attended and a big thanks to Pauline Oliver for all her efforts in organising the event.
See you all in 2016.
Palmerston retained the Brockbank trophy with a 4-1 win away to Campion. Palmerston won both singles rubbers, the men’s doubles and the mixed. Campion won the Ladies doubles.
Campion defeated Liverpool Cricket Club and Palmerston defeated Waterloo to reach the final of the Brockbank.
Campion have home advantage for the tie to be played on Saturday 5th September at 2pm.