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From 2016, the Scottish Inter Club Challenge Cup (Scottish Cup) will be wholly organised by Tennis Scotland.  The competition will have only one ‘national’ stage with online entries invited from Member clubs by Tennis Scotland in January.  

It is planned to change the team and match format and details will be announced by Tennis Scotland in December. 

http://www3.lta.org.uk/in-your-area/Scotland/news/December-15/Scottish-Cup-2016/

The draw was made for the Ayrshire round of the Scottish Cup at the TA Club's Spring Meeting on 5 March. 

Ayrshire Round Draw 2015
Scorecard (xls)
Scottish Cup Rules 2015

National Round Draw 2015

 

  • Ayrshire 1st Round – 27/28 April, Ayrshire Final – 11/12 May
  • Matches shall start not later than 6.15pm, any warm-up having been completed.
  • Both teams must return a fully completed, signed score sheet.
  • The winning team captain should phone or text John Frame on 07768 291395 immediately after the match to advise the result.
  • All result cards, including those from scratched matches, must be signed by both clubs and returned to:
    John Frame 82 South Beach, Troon KA10 6EG before the next week's match (NOT to Tennis Scotland).
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  • National 1st Round – 30 May, Final – 21 June

John Frame
Tennis Ayrshire League Secretary
82 South Beach
Troon
KA10 6EG
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07768 291395

Recent Results & Past Winners

List of Ties - Ayrshire Round Since 2012

Ayrshire Draw 2014
National Draw 2014

Ayrshire Draw 2013
National Draw 2013 

Ayrshire Draw 2012
National Draw 2012

Scottish Cup Winners - Men
Scottish Cup Winners - Women

About

The Scottish Inter-Club Challenge Cup Competition, otherwise known as the Scottish Cup, is intended to be the premier Scottish doubles event for regular playing members of registered clubs in Scotland. The competition is played as a knock-out event throughout, in two sections, one for women and one for men, and in two stages, stage 1 ties being played within each affiliated district and stage 2 at Scottish level.