Announcing our Pride of Table Tennis nominees

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The Pride of Table Tennis Awards are just a few days away – and the shortlisted nominees have now been revealed.

Pride of Table Tennis is our annual celebration and honouring of those who give up their time to help people play table tennis, and who impact positively on people’s lives.

A total of 69 volunteers have already been honoured at local level this year and 37 received regional awards.

The national judging panel have released the shortlisted nominees in their respective categories for the national stage of the awards.

The winners will be revealed at the National Pride of Table Tennis Awards dinner at The Grange Tower Hotel, London, on Saturday 3rd March, during the PG Mutual National Championships.

Greg Yarnall, Head of Development and Volunteering at Table Tennis England, was part of the national judging panel and said:

“This year, the standard of applications have been exceptional. Volunteers are at the heart of table tennis, and The Pride of Table Tennis Awards are a great opportunity for people across the country to recognise volunteers who are having an amazing impact in their local community.”

Shortlisted candidates are as follows:

Contribution to Table Tennis Award
Nominees: Brenda Bailey, Barry Hayward

Volunteer of the Year
Nominees: Jane Milward, Trevor Campbell, Malcolm Sealy

Young Volunteer of the Year
Nominees: Declan Garner, Robyn Cosgrove

Club of the Year
Nominees: Torbay Table Tennis Academy, Waterside Table Tennis Club, Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Club

Coach of the Year
Nominees: Roger Chipperfield, Luke Carrington

Technical Official of the Year
Winner: Brian Jackson

Inspirational Story of the Year
Nominees: Jacob Sobel, Charlotte Binley

Inclusivity Award
Nominees: Ken Phillips, Adam Wilson

Partner of the Year
Nominees: Leeds City Council, Carlton le Willows Academy, Bishop Barrington School

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