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  • Obituary: Derek Tremayne, former ETTA General Secretary

    September 18, 2018

    The former ETTA General Secretary and Vice-President, Derek Tremayne, passed away on Saturday, September 15, aged 88 years.

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  • Jepson wins on home territory

    Adam Jepson of Archway Peterborough Table Tennis Club won the second ‘Chip & Ping’ senior 1* open held at the TOP TABLE venue in Peterborough.

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  • Obituary: Gordon Sanders, former National Councillor

    September 17, 2018

    Gordon Sanders, of Leicester, has died aged 79 after a long and brave struggle against cancer. He was the County Chairman of Leicestershire Table Tennis Association and a former National Councillor for Leicestershire.

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  • Clacton & District: Kestrels head strong division

    The 2018/19 season of the Clacton & District League began this week and, with a host of ex-top flight players now plying their trade in the second tier, Division Two looks to be the strongest and most unpredictable for many years.

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  • Leicester & District: KP open with maximum

    Division One of the Leicester League had three matches in the first week including a resounding 10-0 victory for Knighton Park first team against Electricity II.

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  • Champions Urban open up with whitewash

    There is a familiar feel at the top of Premier British League after the first round. Last year’s top four all registered victories on the opening day.

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  • Clubs named as National Cup hosts

    Three clubs have been selected to host the trio of prestigious National Cup tournaments this season.

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  • Wong on the podium in Croatia

    Jasmin Wong claimed a silver medal at the Croatia Junior & Cadet Open.

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  • Knight’s grandstand finish at Hunts 2*

    September 14, 2018

    The Hunts 2* Open finished with a spectacular display of attacking table tennis from Darius Knight against Niall Cameron.

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  • Pitchford’s confidence boost ahead of Euros

    Liam Pitchford says he has been working hard to continue his recent run of superb form when the European Championships get under way on Tuesday.

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  • Urban make case for defence in new-look British League

    The teams are in, the tables are set and the drama is ready to unfold. Premier British League kicks off this weekend. With it, there are new players, a new structure and more competition.

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  • Ping Pong Fight Club takeover in Manchester!

    September 13, 2018

    Ping Pong Fight Club are staging their first ever public ‘Takeover’ event on September 26 at Gorilla, Manchester.

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  • Downing lives up to billing

    George Downing won the inaugural Archway Table Tennis Club ‘Midweek Medal’ edging out local favourite and Cambridgeshire county champion Adam Jepson in a pulsating and very close final.

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  • Give your volunteers the ‘warm glow’ of a Pride award!

    There is just a fortnight to go to nominate your Club or League’s local hero for a Pride of Table Tennis Award. Whatever contribution they make, there is no better way to thank the volunteers who put so much into helping people to enjoy our sport.

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  • Drinkhall’s Mixed message is all positive

    The European Championships kick off in Alicante next week – with half an eye already on the pathway to the Tokyo Olympics.

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  • How you can help us get more young people playing!

    September 12, 2018

    Table Tennis England is planning a new initiative to get more young people to take up table tennis – and is asking clubs, leagues and coaches for their input.

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  • Performance Club camp is a big hit

    September 11, 2018

    The first ever Performance Club camp was held at Ackworth School. The camp saw Ackworth, Bishop Auckland, Garstang, Nottingham Sycamore and Wensum TTC all send players for a three-day residential programme.

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  • Braintree League: Liberal go for historic fourth

    Liberal A will set out this week to become the first side for nearly 30 years to win the Braintree Table Tennis League for more than three times in succession.

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  • Clacton & District: Panthers target magnificent seven

    The 2018/19 season of the Clacton & District League begins next Monday, and the big question in Division One is “Can anyone stop Nomads Panthers?”

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  • Tsaptsinos beaten by home favourite

    Maria Tsaptsinos was the best English performer at the Luxembourg Open, reaching the last 16 where she was beaten by the host nation’s top player.

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