Friday Photos No 23: Which event is this?

Author:
Diane Webb

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This week I came across a series of photographs which were taken at the same event which include a nice shot of Brian Halliday, who has recently passed away.

Can you identify the missing names and also the event, date and venue?

Click here to scroll to last week’s pictures

For any comments, please contact me on [email protected]

Photo 1

Shelley Ruocco, Brian Halliday, x

Photo 2

Alan Ransome, Nicola Deaton, Alex Perry, Darren Blake, x

Photo 3

Alan Ransome, x, John Hilton, x, Brian Johns

Photo 4

Keith Ponting, Brenda Buoey, Jan Dunning (Johns), x, Helen Shields

Photo 5

Gareth Herbert, Alex Perry, Darren Blake, (hidden) Terry Young

Last week’s photos received a varying amount of responses but some very useful information where positive identifications have been made. A big thank you to everyone who has contacted me, put comments on the Table Tennis England website or VETTS Facebook page.

Photo 1

Top right: Anna Waines (Oxfordshire), a County Umpire and County Representative of the ETTA .

Photo 2

No responses to this wonderful old photograph taken in Liverpool with a Hungarian Touring team.

Photo 3

Players: Anne Painter (Middlesex), now Mrs Flowerday.

Photo 4

Back: Dave Hannah, Dave Constance.

Front: Valmiki (Miki) Sinanan, Keir Donaldson.

Photo 5

Player: Edward Hatley (Surrey) England Junior and Cadet International at European Youth Championships .

Presenter:  Noel Carpenter, Life President of Surrey & District TTL who was involved in the Wallington Crusaders Club and became a member as a four-year-old in 1931/32. Later Noel became a volunteer helper in his teens and ran the Friday night sessions for many years until 18 months ago. A solicitor whose company sponsored the South of England 4* tournament, Noel is also a Vice-President of Surrey TTA and a qualified coach.

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Diane Webb
13th February 2015

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