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Senior British League 2013-14 @ BATTS (Harlow) Junior British League
Entry process for next season
Junior British League Entry Forms are now available to download from the junior downloads page, found under the information menu link.

Forms for SBL, WBL & VBL will be added soon.
Chris Dangerfield
01 Apr 2014
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Womens British League - Organiser
The British League are recruiting for a new organiser of the Womens British League, if you are interested in entering a team or would like to find out more about the role of WBL organiser, please contact the BL Chairman Chris Dangerfield, in the first instance.
Chris Dangerfield
04 Apr 2014
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Sycamore TTC
Sycamore Are British League Champions
British League has a tendency to shock, delight and entertain. This season was no different, with shocks and drama aplenty. Ultimately, it was Sycamore who prevailed, making up for last season’s disappointment as they claimed their maiden crown on mere sets difference over newly promoted Urban TTC.
Round 13 - Senior British League 2013-14
Sycamore go into the final round of the season needing victory over Greenhouse to secure the title after their 4-4 draw with Ormesby.
Round 12 - Senior British League 2013-14
Sycamore will start the final day of Premier British League at the top after a commanding 8-0 victory over Wymondham. The league leaders were never threatened with a shock result as they cruised past their relegation opponents. Urban remain hot on their heels, however, having overcome third place Ormesby 5-3 to ensure a nervy end to the season for Sycamore, who face Ormesby in the morning.
Craig Howieson on Drumchapels relegation battle
Scots claim victory to keep survival hopes alive.
Alex Perry - Back after 20 years
Alex Perry revealed it felt weird to be back on the British Circuit after ending a two decade hiatus. Perry, a former England number one, made his return to British soil to represent Sycamore on their quest for British League glory. Alex caught up with British League TV to speak about his return.
Round 11 - Senior British League 2013-14
Sycamore consolidated their position at the top of the league after coming from behind four times to earn a point against second placed Urban. Sean Cullen’s pulsating fifth game victory over Frenchman Gerome Bahuaud ensured a precious point for his Sycamore side, who would have surrendered top spot to Urban had Cullen not pulled through. Read more...
WBL First Weekend Venue Confirmed
The first weekend of the 2014-15 Season will be at Tipton
Ormesby seal WBL title on 25th anniversary
Ormesby are once again the champions of the Women's British League.
BBATT win the Junior Boys British League for the second year running
BBATT won the Junior Boys British League for the second year running after a commanding second weekend in Lilleshall. Having gone into the weekend level with Wales, the team of Sam Mabey, Daniel Lawrence and Jack Bennett raced into an unassailable lead with 4-2 victories over BATTS and Wood Green.
Sycamore TTC
Sycamore still top of Premier British League after two further victories
It was by no means a routine day in Cardiff for Sycamore, as was proved by recent Grand Prix winner Tom Maynard's sensational victory over Chris Doran, as the league leaders were made to fight to earn four precious points.

The British League was started 34 years ago. It is operated by a small committee of dedicated volunteers on behalf of the English Table Tennis Association. The senior competition came first, which has continued to grow year on year and is now considered by many to be the premier competition of English Table Tennis. Dedicated Junior, Veterans' and Women's competitions were launched to further support the growth of top class table tennis in the UK.

Now in our 35th season the senior league has 14 divisions, consisting of 112 teams and 800 or more of the UK's finest players. The junior league is so popular we have to restrict entries. Any club wishing to enter has to go through a tough play-off weekend where only a few places are up for grabs each season. The women's league has 36 teams comprising 6 divisions. Finally, the veterans' league has grown to the point where the men's event has to have a qualification event, referred to as the Veterans' National League. In total over 2000 of the UK's finest players take part in one or more of the competition formats.

The senior league is sponsored by Butterfly and the juniors, veterans' and women's leagues are sponsored by Bribar Table Tennis.