COVID-19 update

Dear PSOBLTA member, First and foremost, I hope that this message finds you and your family and friends in good health and managing to stay upbeat in these worrying, challenging and uncertain times. It goes without saying that there are more pressing matters to deal with than tennis issues at the moment, but I just […]

AGM and Annual Dinner – March 2020

On 12 March 2020, the Association held its AGM and Annual Dinner at AELTC. We were delighted to see over 90 attendees and was thankfully, held prior to the uncertain times that we are witnessing now. Many thanks to all that attended. This year our guest speaker was Philip Brook, the recently retired Chairman of […]

PSOBLTA 90th Anniversary Real Tennis evening – 24 September 2019

On Tuesday, 24 September 2019, the next 90th Anniversary event took place at The Queen’s Club. 16 Pubs members took to the real tennis court. With various standards of lawn tennis players playing (from current pro to club standard), the real tennis was certainly a leveller! It took time for all to adjust to a […]

2019 D’Abernon Cup Final

On Sunday, 8 September 2019, the D’Abernon Cup reached the finale and once again the Old Reptonians and Old Reedonians battled it out for silverware. Old Reptonians team: 1st pair: Dan Cottier and Patrick Foley 2nd pair: Phil Brindley and Alex Grocott 3rd pair: Richard Harrison and Jamie Muirhead Old Reedonains team: 1st pair: Brandon […]

2019 D’Abernon Cup – third qualifying event results

KCS Old Boys and Old Bromsgrovians prevail at D’Abernon Cup qualifying Over the weekend, the third D’Abernon Cup qualifying event was held at David Lloyd Raynes Park. KCS Old Boys and Old Bromsgrovians fought through with hard earnt wins to qualify via some titanic matches to make it through to the main draw of the […]

2019 D’Abernon Cup – second qualifying event results

Over the weekend, the second qualifying event for the D’Abernon Cup took place indoors at St. George’s College. The teams contesting the day were the Old Georgians, Old Wellingtonians, Old Salopians, Old Etonians, Lancing Old Boys and Old Rugbeians. The Old Georgian’s were keen to impress and put on a dominant display of tennis winning […]


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