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  • Payet earns crack at No 6 seed at Europeans

    July 21, 2018

    Denise Payet is through to the last 64 of the Junior Girls’ Singles at the European Youth Championships, but Charlotte Bardsley is out despite a good display against the No 23 seed.

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  • It’s time to renew your membership!

    July 20, 2018

    The new membership year is upon us, meaning it is time for players to renew their memberships and licences for the 2018/19 season.

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  • Obituary: Colin Dyke, Kingfisher’s guiding light

    Colin Dyke, who co-founded the Kingfisher club in Reading and helped to build the club’s new centre from ground level, has died at the age of 82

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  • Short is beautiful as new league is a success

    A short-format summer league has been hailed a success in keeping people playing out of season. East Lancashire Table Tennis League set up the short-format […]

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  • England end in 18th after play-off defeat

    July 19, 2018

    England’s three teams finished with defeats at the European Championships in Romania as the positional play-off matches came to an end.

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  • #TableTennisDay is a trend-setter

    From trending on Twitter to TV and radio appearances, the fifth annual National #TableTennisDay engaged with millions.

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  • Thanks for making our Day!

    With hundreds of events involving countless thousands of people all over the country, the fifth annual #TableTennisDay was arguably the busiest yet.

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  • Down’s athletes aiming to create a legacy

    The GB Down’s Syndrome team are ready to compete at the World Championships in Madeira – and now they want to help the next generation of athletes to follow in their footsteps.

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  • England girls seal top-20 spot

    July 18, 2018

    England’s Junior Girls are guaranteed a top-20 finish at the European Youth Championships following two wins in the second group stage in Romania.

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  • Happy #TableTennisDay

    It’s National #TableTennisDay, with hundreds of events all over the country giving thousands of people the chance to pick up a bat and join the party.

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  • Chelsmford A top class in Central Essex League

    July 17, 2018

    Chelmsford A have been the dominant team in this year’s Central Essex Summer Table Tennis League first division.

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  • Chan’s victory puts England through

    July 16, 2018

    Ruby Chan kept her cool to steer England’s Cadet Girls’ team to a last-gasp victory over Greece to top their group at the European Youth Championships.

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  • Obituary: John Freeman, ETTA Vice-President

    Table Tennis England Vice-President John Freeman passed away in June at the age of 91.

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  • Yippee for Yip!

    The ninth and final Jarvis Sports Cadet/Junior 2 Star of the 2017-18 season, run by Horsham Spinners TTC and refereed by Rory Scott, took place on 8th July 2018 at the College of Richard Collyer, Horsham.

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  • Winning by Spinning in Horsham Summer League

    A narrow victory for Horsham Spinners over bottom team Brighton was enough to secure the Horsham Spinners Summer Team League Division 1 title, as nearest challengers Foresters A narrowly lost their match to Pimplers.

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  • Leicester & District: Flyers grounded by Park

    World Cup football caused a little trouble with matches last week, although four were played in the end with Jurassic Park overcoming Fleckney Flyers 16-4 to maintain an interest in topping Group A having won three from four so far and others in the group behind in matches.

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  • England notch four victories on day one of Euros

    July 15, 2018

    There was an unbeaten start for England on day one of the European Youth Championships in Romania today.

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  • Mitchell much too good

    July 13, 2018

    37 players took part in the second Jarvis Sports Burgess Hill Veterans and Senior 1 Star Ratings tournament on 7th July in the Triangle Leisure Centre, Burgess Hill, in spite of an England football match that day.

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  • Obituary: Vietnamese refugee who settled in England

    Chu Van Que, the former world No 40 who made his home in England after arriving as a refugee from Vietnam, has died at the age of 73.

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  • Multiple medals for Maric-Murray

    July 12, 2018

    Only 25 players entered what was supposed to be another Jarvis Sports Burgess Hill 2 Star on 1st July, so for the second time in two weeks, for financial reasons, the tournament had to be moved to Horsham Spinners Table Tennis Club’s coaching session venue in Slinfold School.

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