Early 20th century
Leonard West & GF Fletcher (county players); Norman Marshall (county player); Charles Holloway;
Miss Mabel Smith; Jack Peacock; J.G. Clayton
The main rival during this period was Repton School
1950 to Present
Miss P Hird, Wightman Cup & county player
Honor Durose, GB Ladies, won Wimbledon Junior Mixed Doubles & county player
Pauline White, played for county 300 times; Mrs A Bemrose, played for county 148 times
Margaret Robinson, played for county 95 times
Other county ladies players & trophy-winners:
Peter Cross, RAF champion 1951 and county player, 259 appearances.
Roger Faulkener Junior Wimbledon finalist, played for the county 50 times.
Jimmy Tattersall, 86 appearances for the county, won Wimbledon Junior Boys' Singles 1957, Wimbledon Junior Boys' Doubles 1956 & 1957, Wimbledon Junior Mixed Doubles 1956 with Honor Durose of Duffield.
Tony Pickard, Davis Cup & 107 appearances for county.
Clive Johnson, played for county 102 times, county captain.
Richard Harrison, played for county 80 times, won U-18 Futures Nationals 1993 won all county senior & junior titles (singles & doubles), 1992, won Duffield Open Men's singles, 2005.
Hudson Oakenfull, played for county 50 times, veteran's world ranking.
Mark Elks won:
- Duffield Men's singles championships 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007
- Duffield Open, Men's doubles 2006 with David Horton
- Duffield Open, Mixed doubles with Linda Wood, 2006
- Ashby tournament Men's singles 2003
Jack Britton Singles (at Notts. TC), won 2003, 2004, 2006.