British League is Table Tennis England's premier club competition. British League is Table Tennis England’s premier club competition and is open to entrants from across the Home Nations (England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Guernsey, Jersey and Isle of Man). There are separate competitions for Senior players, Women, Juniors and Veterans.
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The NCL & NJL act as feeder competitions to the Junior British League (JBL), with many players making the leap from one to the other. Players represent a team (often a club) so it also provides a good social activity for our younger players.
TableTennisDaily and Ackworth School are the Junior British League Premier Division champions for 2019/20 after topping the tables with 100% win records this season. Read the Article Premier leaders aim to finish the job at JBL
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British League. 1,659 likes · 4 talking about this. The British League is the premier table tennis league in the UK and is operated by Table Tennis England.
TT Fast Format is a new option for Leagues. June 7, 2021. …teams playing five matches or three-a-side teams playing six – the same format as competitions including Veterans’ British League, Junior British League and National Cadet and Junior Leagues. Developed in….
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National Championships British League Archive pages 2007-11 National Leagues Click on any of the competition titles to select a results archive year. Major competitions: results archive— Table Tennis England
It provides a structure for league matches to be completed in less than two hours, based on two-a-side teams playing five matches or three-a-side teams playing six – the same format as competitions including Veterans’ British League, Junior British League and National Cadet and Junior Leagues.