Information

On club nights we operate a peg board system whereby the first person in the line picks the next game and can choose themselves plus any three of the next seven pegs to make up the game. When the game is finished the winners’ pegs should be placed ahead of the losers’ pegs in the line and if the game is a mixed game the lady’s peg should be placed on first.

During the season it is quite normal for two courts to be occupied for matches and the other two courts are available for general club play. Normally you will not have to sit out for very long, however if there are a large number of players in attendance then games should be played to 15 not 21 to minimise waiting time.

 

Find out more about the club structure and non-playing activities at:

Teams

Activities

Club Awards

Gallery

 

We hope this information will be useful; please contact us at enquiries@aitbc.co.uk if you require any further information or wish to attend a club night as a visitor.