The National Premier League Finals 7th – 10th April 2016

The National Premier League Finals 07th – 10th April 2016 – A chance to see some wonderful exciting Men’s doubles matches in early April with the NPL Finals staged in our region for the first time!!!

The NPL Finals is a Men’s Doubles team event where teams from all over the UK have qualified through the winter period, and will be staged at the David Lloyd Leeds Club in Moor Allerton. Matches are exciting often going to Match Tie breaks to determine the winners, and spectators will be right up close to the action with grandstands adjacent to the match courts. This is the first time the finals have been staged in Yorkshire and it is hoped to retain in Leeds for the foreseeable future, with all the teams in different colours to make team identification easy, however spectator support is crucial to making year 1 a success, and enabling the event to be a fixture in the tennis calendar for early April in Yorkshire.

The event which is in its fifteenth year always attracts the leading players in the country and a sprinkling of overseas players leading to a really enjoyable experience, with recent participants including Jonny Marray, Freddie Nielsen (2012 Wimbledon winners), and we are hoping to attract a David Cup type atmosphere to the event as it has that feel about it.

It would be great to welcome Wetherby members to the Finals, and for tickets please contact Mike Dixon directly the tournament organiser, and I would be able to sort payment arrangements and ticket delivery out over the phone or email. Prices are as follows:

Thursday/Friday – League Round Robin Stages/Quarter Finals – Joint ticket for two days £10 Adult/Child (16 and under) £7.00

Saturday – Quarter Finals Conclusion/Semi Finals – £12.00 – Child £5.00

Sunday – Semi Final conclusion/Final – £12.00 – Child £5.00

You can pay on the door daily and there is a Grandstand which seats 350 people.

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