National Cadet & National Junior League

The National Cadet League (U15s) and National Junior League (U18s) are competitions aimed at grass root players looking to experience a competition.

The National Cadet League (U15s) and National Junior League (U18s) are competitions aimed at grass root players looking to experience a competition early on in their career. It bridges what was a large gap from beginner to the Junior British League.

The NCL & NJL act as feeder competitions to the Junior British League (JBL), with many players making the leap from one to the other. (Winners of top division can apply for promotion to the JBL via play offs). Players represent a team (often a club) so it also provides a good social activity for our younger players.  Competition dates vary due to local venues availability.

If enough entries are received each venue separates the teams into graded divisions. Teams must be made up of a minimum of 3 players – 3 players play in a match. Each team match consists of six single sets with teams listed in a ranking order. Order of play is as follows – A v Y, B v X, C v Z, A v X, C v Y, B v Z. This may be altered to nine singles, which is now the preferred option whenever possible, but this is dependent on the number of teams entered. All matches are umpired by the players, amongst themselves.

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Attachments

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NCL letter, entry form & team ranking list 2017/18

Type: pdf
Size: 1 MB

NJL letter, entry form & team ranking list 2017/18

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