Last year's Wilmott Cup winning North Herts team with ELCC committee chairman Mike Smith

ELCC entries open for affiliated leagues

Paul Stimpson

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Local leagues are now able to enter the English Leagues Cup Competitions (ELCC), the oldest domestic competition in the Table Tennis England calendar.

The event is open to Juniors and Seniors with four trophies being contested. The Willmott Cup, first contested in 1935, is open to Senior men, with the JM Rose Bowl open for Senior women and which was first contested in 1939.

In the Junior Competitions, the boys will compete for the Carter Cup and girls for the Bromfield Trophy. All four competitions are open to affiliated local leagues, who will compete in zonal arounds in April with the finals held at Wellingborough in June.

For further information and to download an entry form, visit the ELCC homepage.

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