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  • Structure of Table Tennis England

    March 26, 2010

    Table Tennis England, the trading name of the English Table Tennis Association, is the governing body of table tennis in England, responsible for representing, coordinating, […]

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  • History of Table Tennis

    Table Tennis, although it is not clear, probably evolved in England descending, along with tennis and badminton, from the ancient medieval game of tennis. During […]

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  • Sanctions against Persistent Misbehaviour

    Sanctions against Persistent Misbehaviour for 2012/13 On the 1st August the ETTA Ltd introduced a new sanction scheme to control player misbehaviour. Every player will […]

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  • Drumchapel Glasgow retain their 100 % record

    March 23, 2010

    Drumchapel Glasgow I recorded their fourteenth win of the Season, beating BATTS Team Peniel 5-3, and they allowed themselves the luxury of fielding a second […]

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  • Become a Coach/Umpire

    Further information on becoming a: Table Tennis England Qualified Coach Table Tennis England Qualified Umpire

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  • Great win for Tong – Young loses his unbeaten record

    March 21, 2010

    The Champions Drumchapel Glasgow I retained their 100 % record, but it was a close run thing. DHS Greenhouse Progress were clearly up for this […]

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  • Colum Slevin makes welcome return

    Round 12 of the British League Premier Division saw one of DHS Greenhouse Progress’s best ever players make a welcome reappearance. Step into the arena […]

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  • Baggaley Claims Third Senior Title

    March 7, 2010

    Play began pretty evenly until Pitchford gifts Baggaley a host of points, allowing him to take the first end 11-5. Baggaley returns the favour in […]

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  • Parker crowned champion for the second year

    Back up to full fitness and training as well as she ever has, Kelly Sibley still faces a big task to reclaim her title, having […]

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  • Disabled Finals

    Disabled Standing Final Paralympics hopefuls Will Bayley and Kim Daybell fought for the disabled standing title, with both of these highly ranked individuals using their […]

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  • Men’s Doubles Finals

    Having knocked him out of the singles, Liam Pitchford needs to try it all again when teamed with Gavin Evans he faces Drinkhall and knight […]

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  • Women’s Doubles Final

    Parker/Sibley v Le Fevre/Vickers Returning to the final after missing last years due to Kelly Sibley’s injury, the top two England players, with a wealth […]

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  • Men’s Semi-Finals

    Formbook says it should be a Paul Drinkhall, Andrew Baggaley final, but the way Gavin Evans and Liam Pitchford are playing, I wouldn’t be confident […]

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  • Men’s Doubles Semi-Finals

    There was a wealth of talent in the semi’s, the usual suspects of Drinkhall/Knight were there, going up against Doran and Ware who have both […]

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  • Women’s Doubles Semi-Finals

    Semi-Finals Last years winners Mary Fuller and Emily Bates, who claimed the accolade of the youngest ever Women’s Doubles National Champions were deposed by the […]

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  • Women’s Quarter-Finals

    The quarter-finals saw the departure of Hannah Hicks, Jessica Dawson and Lindsey Reynolds in straight sets all being dispatched 4-0, although the Hicks/Vickers match was […]

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  • Men’s Quarter-Finals

    Liam Pitchford who has been consistently at the top of his game this year, including claiming some impressive international scalps has caused another upset, this […]

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  • Day 2 Afternoon Summary

    Mixed Doubles The first semi-final went to the defending champions Drinkhall/Parker to set up a repeat of the usual mixed doubles finals against Kelly Sibley […]

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  • Women’s Doubles

    March 6, 2010

    Tomorrows quarter-finalists all finished of their day with impressive performances, with only Le Fevre/Vickers dropping a set. Parker/Sibley, 3-0 Fuller/Bates, 3-0 Hicks/Reynolds, 3-0 Le Fevre/ […]

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  • Ware Beats Knight

    Men’s Singles As a tense Geoff Ware paced the balconies, Matt Ware was going hammer and nail with Darius Knight down on the court, in […]

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