Blaydon Tennis Club enters multiple teams in both summer and winter leagues; accommodating Juniors, Seniors, Veterans and both single-sexed and mixed teams where the league formats allow.

Parents of children selected to represent the club should view the "Safe Guarding" message at the foot of this page.

Opposition clubs wanting to discuss a fixture should contact the relevant team captain.
Click here for contact details.


Northumberland and Durham Inter-Club Lawn Tennis League

Click on a category, on the green bar above, to view team fixtures and results.


LTA Aegon Team Tennis Durham & Cleveland/Northumberland League

Click here to be redirected to the LTA website where you can search by tournament and view teams, fixtures and results.

In addition, Junior fixtures and results are displayed in the clubhouse.


North East Club Winter League 

Click here to be redirected to the League Active website to view rules, groups, fixtures, results etc.

​Junior fixtures and results are displayed in the clubhouse.


Safe Guarding

We advise that parents in the first instance are responsible for transporting their children to or from tennis venues. We believe it is reasonable for the club and its coaches to place responsibility on parents for ensuring appropriate transport arrangements are made.

Parents may choose to make private arrangements with another adult for them to transport their child. In this situation, the club has no responsibility for the transportation.

In situations where the club is arranging the children’s transport to away matches, it has a duty of care to those players and to safeguard both the driver and the players. We recommend that those making such arrangements follow the below guidance:

Parents should be informed of the club representative who will be transporting their child, the reasons why and how long the journey will take.

The parents must complete and sign a consent form (available to download from confirming they are happy for the transportation to take place and the driver should have a copy of this with them on the journey in case of emergencies.

  • There should be a minimum of two adults in the car.
  • Children should be seated in the back of the vehicle at all times.
  • If the children are a mixture of female and male, where possible the two adults should also be male and female.
  • There should be an agreed procedure in place in the event of a breakdown/emergency.
  • The driver must have a valid UK driving licence, correct insurance, MOT certificate and comply with laws on the use of seatbelts and restraints.
  • It is recommended the club representative undertaking the driving obtain an Enhanced DBS check.
  • If the club representative does the driving more than 3 times a month with children, or if the trip involves an overnight stay, there is a legal requirement for them to have an Enhanced and Barred List DBS check.