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Latest Results and the County Cup Race

COUNTY CUP RESULTS

2023

  • 9 & Under

    • Boys - Winners of the South Group A
    • Girls - Winners of the South Group A
  • 10 & Under

    • Boys - 3rd in Southern Area Final after finishing 1st in Area Group A
    • Girls - 5th in Southern Area Final after finishing 1st in Area Group A
  • 11 & Under

    • Boys - Lost to Devon after winning Area Group 2E - Box A
    • Girls - Direct entry into the National Finals finishing 4th in Group A. Drew with S Wales from Group B.
  • 12 & Under

    • Boys - 3rd in the Play-off to reach the National Finals
    • Girls - Direct entry into the National Finals finishing 3rd in Group A but then losing to Essex who were 3rd in Group B
  • 14 & Under

    • Boys - Lost to Hampshire & IoW (winners of Group 2E - Box A) after winning Group 2E Box B
    • Girls - Winners of Group 2E after winning Box A and beating Wiltshire, winners of Box B
  • 18 & Under

    • Boys - 2nd in Group 4A
    • Girls - 3rd in Group 2A
  • "Open"

    • Summer - Women - 3rd in Group 2
    • Winter - Women - Winners of Group 3A
    • Summer - Men - 4th in Group 6
    • Winter - Men - Winners of Group 5A
  • Over 35's

    • Ladies - 3rd in Group 3A
    • Men - Winners of Group 4B

County Cup Race

The LTA's County Cup Race will recognise a County’s performance in all nine of the County Cup Events. Points will be allocated after each event, starting with the 18U Event in March and concludes with the Winter "Open" Event in November. The County with the most points across all Events will be recognised as the overall County Cup Race Champion for that year. In addition, recognition will also be made to the county making the biggest year on year improvement on their previous year's final position.

So how are Avon Tennis doing?

Out of 44 County Associations Avon Tennis finished:

2023 = 9th

2022 = 5th

2021 = 7th

2020 = No competition due to the pandemic

2019 = 13th

2018 = 7th

As Avon is one of the smaller counties in the UK with fewer clubs and players compared with the likes of Surrey, Kent, Middlesex, Yorkshire, etc. these are credible achievements. However, we strive to improve, and our aim is to maintain our position in the Top 10!