About the league
South Vancouver Island Tennis Society organizes a doubles league each spring from mid April until late June, called the South Island Tennis League (SITL). The entry fee is $130 per team and everything is organized for you - courts, schedules and a website where you enter your scores. We play on Greater Victoria public courts every Tuesday at 6:00 pm until dark. We try to include all levels of players. If you are new to the game, we can supply mentors to help you out with scoring, league rules, and etiquette - whatever you need to get playing. Our main goal is to increase participation and to have fun playing tennis.
Community Grants Available
South Island Tennis League has limited funds available to support the local tennis community. See our Tenniscores page for more information.
March 24, 2021 Update
It is with regret that the League Committee is cancelling the 2021 South Island Tennis League.
Competitive adult tennis events are not permitted by the Provincial Health Office, Tennis BC and ViaSport BC. Lower mainland tennis leagues have recently been cancelled.
We support public health and care about the safety of our tennis community.
Please stay safe and enjoy your recreational tennis this year.
We hope to see you again in 2022.
Your League Committee
December 2020 Update
We remain hopeful that we'll be playing league again in the spring of 2021. COVID restrictions will be in place, according to guidelines approved by the Province.
April 6, 2020 Update
With much regret, we are cancelling the South Island Tennis League for the 2020 season due to COVID-19. Fifty teams signed up to play despite all the uncertainty.
South Island Tennis League has donated $1000 to the Rapid Relief Fund, managed by the Victoria Foundation. We were able to do this with entry fees from previous years.
Scoring website help on finding which court your team is playing at.
Map links and locations of all the courts.
Most teams should be in Zone 2/Central - nearly all league courts fall inside it. Zone 1/North contains Centennial (Central Saanich) and Panorama. Zone 3/Westshore contains Centennial (Langford), Juan de Fuca, Langford TC, and Bear Mountain TC. If needed, some courts near the Zone 2 border may be added to zones 1 and 3.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.