This is our hub for all the Carisbrooke Tennis Club fixtures and results for the 2017 season.
WINTER league matches start in September and fixtures for those matches are now updated below.
For the current league standings, click on the relevant league while for the full fixture lists, tap the team name.
Best of luck to all our winter teams this year! For the summary of our summer exploits, scroll to the results below.
Winter doubles league – Men
- Men’s 1st team winter league – Group 2
- Men’s 2nd team winter league – Group 7
- Men’s 3rd team winter league – Group 10
Winter doubles league – Women
- Ladies’ 1st team winter league – Group 1
- Ladies’ 2nd team winter league – Group 3
- Ladies’ 3rd team winter league – Group 5
- Ladies’ 4th team winter league – Group 10
To bring up the results for your team, just click on the team-name below. To see the final league tables, tap on the name of the league beside it. The first match of the 2017 season took place on Sunday, April 2, with the men’s Aegon 1st team travelling to Sutton Coldfield. The popular summer doubles league season got under way in early May.
It ended up being another highly successful season for Carisbrooke with our men’s 1st team winning the Premier League title for the fourth time in the past five years and our Mixed A team winning the top league by a solitary point over Ashby Castle.
Our men’s 4th team secured silverware after topping Group 5A, earning promotion to Group 4, and the men’s veterans 1st team finished as runners-up in Group 2, a bounceback year after being relegated the previous term.
Meanwhile, our ladies’ veterans 1st team nearly clinched the top Group 1 title over Leicestershire A, eventually finishing as runners-up, just a season after finished 6th in 2016.
Our men’s Aegon 1st team had an excellent season in the National League – Midlands division, finishing with a competitive 5-2 record and only missing out on qualification to the highly-regarded national stages on set difference.
The ladies’ 1st team continued their enviable record of playing top-flight tennis (25 years and counting) to survive in Group 1 and the ladies’ 3rd team had a creditable season, finishing in a strong 4th place.
Summer doubles leagues – Men
- Men’s 1st team – Premier League – finished as CHAMPIONS for the fourth time in five years
- Men’s 2nd team – Group 1 – finished in 6th and consolidated status in higher division after promotion in 2016
- Men’s 3rd team – Group 3B – finished 5th
- Men’s 4th team – Group 5A – finished as CHAMPIONS to ensure promotion to Group 4 next year
- Men’s 5th team – Group 5B – finished in 5th
- Men’s 6th team – Group 6B – finished in 7th and avoided relegation
- Men’s 7th team – Group 6A – finished in 6th
- Men’s 8th team – Group 8A – finished in 4th
Summer doubles leagues – Ladies
- Ladies’ 1st team – Group 1 – finished in 7th and secured their Group 1 status for another year
- Ladies’ 2nd team – Group 3B – finished in 7th and avoided relegation
- Ladies’ 3rd team – Group 5A – finished in 4th
- Ladies 4th team – Group 5B – finished in 10th and were relegated
- Men’s 1st team – National League – Midlands – finished in 4th and only missed national qualifiers on set difference
- Men’s 2nd team – Team Tennis – Open Men’s Division One (Leicestershire) finished in 3rd
Mixed summer doubles leagues
- A team – Group 1 – finished as CHAMPIONS by a single point over Ashby Castle
- B team – Group 3B – finished in 3rd
- C team – Group 7A – one result still to be entered from August 22
- 2017 draw – knocked out at the quarter-final stages
Vets teams – men’s and ladies
- Men’s Vets A team – Group 2 – finished as RUNNERS-UP
- Men’s Vets B team – Group 3 – finished in 3rd
- Ladies Vets – Group 1 – finished as RUNNERS-UP