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  • Ormesby keep top four hopes alive as Urban TTC edge out Ormeau

    February 24, 2020

    Ormesby did all they could to keep their hopes of a top four finish in the Premier Division alive with a 7-0 victory over North Ayrshire.

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  • Clacton & District: Walton save top-flight honour

    Just two teams from Division One have made it through to the quarter-finals of the Clacton & District League’s Handicap Knock-Out Cup – and both are from the Walton Club.

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  • Braintree League: Liberal can’t overcome handicap

    Braintree Table Tennis League champions Liberal A have not always entered the handicap cup, figuring, one assumes, that pulling back massive deficits might prove too tough an obstacle.

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  • Leicester & District: Dramatic win for Goons

    Needing to find some way of revitalising their flagship team handicap competition after falling entries the County Association did a survey and, as a result, changed the format so that all matches in a round would be played on a pre-ordained date under the same roof.

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  • Green and Piwowar the pick of the pack in Sweden

    Connor Green and Jakub Piwowar just missed out on podium places as they reached the quarter-finals of their respective singles competitions at the Swedish Junior & Cadet Open.

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  • Wong goes furthest in Sweden

    February 23, 2020

    Jasmin Wong’s last-32 place was the best result in the senior categories at the Safir International event in Sweden.

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  • Pitchford run ended in semi-finals

    Liam Pitchford’s run at the Hungarian Open was ended in the semi-finals by Japanese teenager Yukiya Uda today.

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  • Perry fightback key to team gold

    Martin Perry finished the Polish Para Open in Wladyslawowo on a high by taking gold in the men’s class 6 team event with his Italian partner Matteo Parenzan.

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  • Confident Pitchford storms into quarters

    February 21, 2020

    Liam Pitchford made short work of last week’s Portugal Open champion to romp into the quarter-finals of the Hungarian Open today.

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  • Stacey strikes gold on road to Tokyo

    Joshua Stacey made the perfect start to Paralympic year and improved his chances of qualification for Tokyo 2020 by winning gold in the men’s class 9 singles at the Polish Para Open in Wladyslawowo today.

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  • Pitchford and Ho through in Hungary

    February 20, 2020

    Liam Pitchford is into the last 16 of the Hungarian Open, while Tin-Tin Ho has a doubles quarter-final to look forward to on Friday.

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  • Medal for British pair Wong and Hursey in Sweden

    Jasmin Wong joined Anna Hursey to win a doubles bronze for Britain and Connor Green put in the best singles performance at a busy Swedish Junior & Cadet Open, where Millie Rogove also won the consolation final.

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  • Get in on the act at Ping Pong Fight CLub London!

    Ping Pong Fight Club London is a spectacular inter-company ping pong tournament, team bonding and networking party to be held on March 19th, at Oval Space.

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  • All to play for as Premier Division enters final rounds

    Archway Peterborough, Ormeau, Fusion and Ormesby are all looking to secure their place in the top four of the Premier Division in the penultimate weekend of fixtures before the play-offs.

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  • Watch Pitchford go for a six-hit at Nationals!

    Liam Pitchford is gunning for a historic Men’s Singles title No 6 at the Mark Bates Ltd National Championships next week – and there are still tickets available to watch him and the other leading players in the land!

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  • You can help coach Steve to win prestigious award!

    Volunteer table tennis coach Steve Bertie has been nominated for a BEDSA award – and YOUR vote could help him win!

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  • Back to Table Tennis programme launched

    If you are looking to attract players back to your league or club, the new Back to TT organiser guide is here to help!

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  • Drinkhall exits but Ho into main draw

    February 19, 2020

    Paul Drinkhall was defeated by world No 50 Yukiya Uda in the final preliminary round at the Hungarian Open, but Tin-Tin Ho is into the […]

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  • Olympic Ambition programme opens

    Applications are now open for Team GB’s Ambition Programme, which aims to give experience to young athletes who are potential Olympians of the future.

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  • It’s time to enter the Inter-Regionals

    There is still time to enter the qualifying stage for this year’s Inter-Regional Championships, with events around the country in March, feeding into the national finals in May.

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