Welcome to the LCWTL 2017-2018 Season!
Happy 40th Birthday to the LCWTL!   Read the LCWTL's history here.
A big "Thank You" to each and everyone of you who have worked in the past, and those of you who work now, to make this league what it is!
What you need to know
Personal Player Account
We still have 320 players who have not signed the LCWTL agreement. If you have not signed the agreement, you will not be able to:
- access your Personal Match History
- be added to a team for next season
By-Laws and RulesAt the March Board meeting the proposed By-Law and Rules changes for 2018-2019 passed unanimously. These changes go into effect on May 1, 2018.
Click here to read the new By-Laws for 2018-2019
Click here to read the new Rules for 2018-2019
End of Season
Click here for End of Year Event dates
to advise executive officers that your division is complete and you have checked that everything is correct. Make sure you list your first, second and third place teams and also the team who earned the Sportsmanship award, if any.
Home team captain's shall enter scores by 6pm on match day.
Always enter scores for Retirements EXACTLY as they are at the time of the retirement.To correct errors, click the link below to send an email to the webteam.
Copy your VP, and both captains and include the Match ID, Division, both Home and Away Club/Team Names, Match Date, Week Number, and the correction required.
Please remember to VERIFY matches, including corrections.
Personal Player Accounts
All players are REQUIRED to sign the LCWTL Agreement.
Log on to your account and click the check box and enter your month and year of birth.If you have forgotten if you have already created a Personal Player Account, click on Create/Change Personal Player Account ( under Teams/Players) and select your name.
You will see a message saying you already have an account, click on Forgotten Password to receive an email with your password.
Executive Board Meeting is on April 3, 2018, 2.30 p.m. Robb & Stucky.
Please advise the Executive Officers and Webmaster when your division is complete.
Division Officers may find the following documents useful as you prepare for next season:
At this time there can be no further additions to the player database. No new players can be added to teams until next season.
Please have all your players sign the LCWTL agreement. You can seen who has not yet done so by looking at your roster online.
Please advise your players they will not be able to access their Personal Match History in April, unless they have signed the agreement.
Captains may find the following documents useful as you prepare for next season:
Registration Information will be coming shortly.
NOTE:You will not be able to add players to your team during Player Registration unless they have signed the player agreement.
All players NEED to Create/Change their Player account.
Read these instructions to help you.
Because the LCWTL has incorporated we need an acknowledgement from you that you are playing in the league this year. In addition, we need to ensure our players are playing in the correct divisions according to our rules. You may also update your telephone numbers here.
Be sure to fill out and carry the Medical Emergency Form with you to all tennis matches.
CORRECT PLAYER INFORMATION: Click this link to send email to the LCWTL Data Coordinator to correct name spelling errors. A player can correct her own telephone numbers under Personal Player Account.
Meetings and Minutes
LCWTL Board Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month, October to May.
|May 2, 2017||May 2017.pdf|
|Oct 3, 2017||Oct 2017.pdf|
|Nov 7, 2017||Nov 2017.pdf|
|Dec 5, 2017||Dec 2017.pdf|
|Jan 9, 2018||Jan 2018.pdf|
|Feb 6, 2018||Feb 2018.pdf|
|Mar 6, 2018||Mar 2018.pdf|
|Apr 3, 2018|
|May 1, 2018|
The LCWTL Yearbook is provided to all players who are registered by August 1. Below you will find the up to date Yearbook, in sections, so you may print it easily. The LCWTL By Laws are also posted here.
LCWTL By Laws
LCWTL Rules and Regulations
On Court Rules
Schedules as in the book
"The game of tennis requires cooperation and courtesy and places the responsibility for fair play on each player.
As a member of the Lee County Women's Tennis League, I will abide by this concept and by the rules of the game and compete with the true spirit of sportsmanship, always giving the benefit of the doubt to my opponents.
WIN or LOSE, I will conduct myself in a way that HONORS my opponents, my team, those who support me, and the game of TENNIS."