Team points total shall determine the result of each match after addition and/or deduction of team
player handicaps. The team having the highest points total being the winner.
In the event of a tie the match will be decided by playing a tie breaking doubles set (two games only
per set), 15% of the individuals players original handicaps (rounded up) taking part shall be added to
the tie break score. If scores still remain level, a further doubles set or sets shall be played, until a
winner emerges. Partner changes will be permitted.
28th Dec 2018
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The Liverpool and District Table Tennis League is one of the oldest Leagues in the country - being formed in 1926 - and remains one of the largest Leagues in Lancashire and Cheshire. In the 2018-19 season the League consists of 62 teams in five divisions with 401 affiliated members competing on a weekly basis throughout the winter months. Liverpool City representative players play in the Lancashire and Cheshire League. In addition to the league and cup matches the League also runs an annual 'Closed' tournament at the end of the season.