Burlington Tennis Club

Inter-Club Leagues

Inter-Club Leagues

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Inter-Club Leagues

View our 2022 inter-club league season information. We are pleased to bring you these Inter-club programs for you to have fun and enjoy

Lakeshore League

Lakeshore League is a friendly competitive league comprising of 5 divisions including teams from Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, and Misissauga. In 2022, Burlington Tennis Club will have 4 Lakeshore teams: Division 2, Division 3 and two Division 5 teams. Teams are made up of an equal amount of men and women. Come tryout to be added to a team roster.

Lakeshore Division 2 and 3 tryouts:

  • Thursday April 14th, 7PM to 9PM
  • Saturday April 16th, 9 AM to 11AM

Lakeshore Division 5 (2 teams) tryouts:

  • Thursday April 21st, 2022, 7PM to 9PM
  • Sunday April 24th, 2022, 9 AM to 11AM

Please email vp.burltc@gmail.com for more information.

Burlington, Hamilton District League (BHDL) Ladies League

BTC has been invited to join this competitive interclub league (NTRP Level 3.5 +).  It starts May 4, 2022 and runs for 8 weeks. Games are played on Wednesdays from 9am – 11am. Participating clubs are:  BTC, Appleby, Aldershot, Cedar Springs, Tyandaga, Roseland and Dundas.  6 players are required weekly – the host/home team provides refreshments after the match. It is a great opportunity to play & socialize with ladies from other clubs.  The league starts Wednesday May 4th ….if you are interested either as a regular player or as a sub please email Stella Spisak  ASAP:  spisaks@rogers.com

Rules & Regulations

Non-playing children (4 years of age and under) and animals are not allowed in the playing area

Players are requested to keep conversation and emotional outbursts under control

Individuals are requested not to walk behind players to retrieve a ball or to reach another court while during play;

Only club members and paid guests are allowed within the tennis court area.

Any balls entering your court should be returned promptly to a safe location at the rear of the court (against the fence) from where they came in order to avoid being stepped on by players.

Retrieving a ball from another court, wait until the point being played is finished before requesting the ball’s return or going onto the court to retrieve it;

Have a question? Reach out any time