Friday photos No 10: Who are these action men?

Diane Webb

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This week, we would like your help to identify seven men.

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The first photo looks the most recent, whilst the second is somewhat older. Pictures 3-7 are probably taken at the same tournament as the background is the same.

A slight clue is that the tables used are ‘Imperial’ which was a German manufacturer, so they may not have been taken in England.

Photo 1

Photo 2

Photo 3

Photo 4

Photo 5

Photo 6

Photo 7

Thanks to all those who responded to last week’s pictures. The details are below, though we have had no responses as yet on No 2 and No 6.

For comments on this week’s images or on any other previous pictures which can now be found on this website under ‘Our Sport’, please contact me at [email protected] Any additional information on players and prominent people, as well as any amendments, would be most welcome.

Photo 1

Katherine (Kate) Goodall (Y)

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An England International who made her senior debut in 1993, Katherine played in European League matches in 1992 and 1993.

In the National Championships she reached the Women’s Singles semi-finals in 1995 and was Women’s Doubles champion with Andrea Holt in 1993 and 1995 and runner-up with the same partner in 1992 and 1994. In the Mixed Doubles Katherine, with Andre Eden in 1994, reached the semi-finals.

Katherine achieved great success at U21 level, winning the Women’s Singles in 1993 and 1994, Women’s Doubles in 1991, 1992, 1993 and Mixed Doubles in 1992 and 1994.

Photo 3

Carol Giles (nee Butler) – Plymouth

Photo 4

Lesley Keast (nee Tyler)

Photo 5

Sarah Sandley

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An England International from Middlesex, Sarah represented England at the 28th Swiss Open in Olten in October 1983.

At the National Championships Sarah reached the quarter-finals in the Women’s Singles in 1983 and 1985 and was runner-up in the Women’s Doubles with Karen Witt in 1985.

Sarah moved to New Zealand and was the top ranked player during 1986 and 1987, winning five national titles. Sarah also played for New Zealand in the Asian Games in 1987. Sarah was appointed to the Sport and Recreation New Zealand Board in 2003 and was Executive Director of Sport Waitakere between 1992-1995.

This year Sarah win the Women’s Doubles Bronze medal in the O40s category with Sue Collier at the World Veterans’ Table Tennis Championships which were held in Auckland.

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Diane Webb
October 31, 2014

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