Here are some guidelines on the IM procedure for 2017/8. This is TTE's Individual Membership scheme, which you need to follow in order to become a registered player - you are then nationally registered and can play anywhere. The fee levels are: juniors £7, seniors £14. Licences (only needed by players regularly taking part in Open Tournaments) are £18 and £36 respectively. ASSOCIATE members, i.e. those who do not play competitively, are now FREE, yet will still enjoy the benefits of membership, including Public Liability insurance.

Go to the TTE web-site at Click on Membership, or go to: Then: “Click here to log in to the Membership Portal”. You have to proceed either as an existing or as a new member. If you’re an existing member, your details will already be on the system from last year, so you must RENEW your registration, not set up a new one. You will need to enter your ID (membership number) and your password, but the system does allow for those who have forgotten either or both of these. If you are a new member, follow click here to register.  

At the bottom of the form, there is an ORGANISATIONS section, asking you to nominate both your club and your league from drop-down menus. All our clubs are now listed on the drop-down menu. You need to quote OXFORD as your league. This is particularly important for players already registered with TTE, who are new to the Oxford League. We have no way of accessing any of your data, unless you add Oxford to your stated leagues.

Those who do not wish to register on-line should phone TTE on 01908 208898 and pay with a debit/credit card – this is a simple process. A further option is to pay by post to TTE, but this may take some time to process.

If you have any problems with any of this, please contact your club secretary or get back to me, as I am an administrator for the ODTTA data-base and can easily check your records on the system.

Deadlines: all players must be registered with TTE in order to take part in league matches. On-line registration is recorded on our data-base instantaneously, but payment by phone may be subject to a delay of up to 10 days, while any postal applications might take a good deal longer.

John Birkin (ODTTA database administrator)

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