Ormesby prevail in British League humdinger
Ormesby prevailed in the top of the table contest as they secured a stunning 3-2 win over Urban TTC. Darius Knight was the star performer on the day as he helped Ormesby to victory in the doubles before picking up an outstanding victory over Daniel Schaffer........
Volunteers sought for World Championships
uthor: Paul Stimpson Publish date: December 10, 2018 If you have language skills and fancy being at the heart of the biggest table tennis event in the world, applications are now open to volunteer at the 2019 World Championships........
Could you be our TT Kidz video star?
Are you aged 7 to 11 and passionate about table tennis? Do you want to be a video star promoting our new TT Kidz programme? If you answered ‘yes’ to those two questions then we have the perfect competition for you!.......
Drinkhall & Walker exit to Chinese pair
Paul Drinkhall & Sam Walker saw a 1-0, 10-6 lead evaporate as they were knocked out of the doubles at the Qatar Open by China's Lin Gaoyuan
Be TT: Pairs League is perfect for youngsters
Leicester league recently ran a new starter short format league with great player feedback. The league committee and Harry White, the League Development Officer, were keen to support new players
Ping! welcomes new partners to the table
Table Tennis England has joined forces with four new partners to deliver Ping! projects this year. These partners are: Living Sport (Cambridgeshire’s CSP) who will […]
Awards delight for Bethany
Up-and-coming player Bethany Ellis has been honoured at the Preston Sports Awards.
Para talent identification day at Halton
Halton TTC in Widnes is hosting a recruitment day on behalf of British Para Table Tennis next month.
Don’t miss out on Jersey’s Easter extravaganza!
The closing date for the popular Jersey Grand Prix at Easter is fast approaching and players are being advised to book now to avoid missing out.
Pitchford and Walker march on in Qatar
Liam Pitchford and Sam Walker showed their resilience to pick up a victory apiece and move to within one win of the main draw at the Qatar Open.
Pitchford and Walker edged out in Qatar thrillers
Liam Pitchford and Sam Walker were both beaten in deciding seventh games at the Qatar Open as they missed out on a place in the main draw - but Walker &
Shortlist revealed for Pride of Table Tennis Awards
he shortlist has been revealed and the countdown is on to the naming of this year’s Pride of Table Tennis Award winners!
North West Coach of the Year – Graham Coupe
Congratulations to Graham Coupe on receiving the Table Tennis England North West Coach of the Year Award, in recognition of the huge amount of effort […]
MK League : Turner prize not enough to save Kingpins from bottom spot
PREMIER DIV With the top positions already settled the main focus of interest centred on which team would finish bottom, the 2 contenders tantalisingly level […]
Garstang, Preston and Wigan take the medals!
In the final weekend of the National Junior & Cadet League competition held at Garstang TTC on Sunday it was Garstang A who came out […]
Walker picks up brilliant win
Sam Walker dumped the world No 29 out of the Qatar Open to join Liam Pitchford in the third preliminary round, but Paul Drinkhall is out.
Braintree League: Rayne fall
After gradually clawing their way up the table in division two of the Braintree Table Tennis League, Rayne D’s title challenge hit an almighty bump when they tumbled decisively
Leicester & District: Desford hold the key
Division Two of the Leicester & District League continues to bubble nicely both at the top and bottom of the chart with Desford Village’s second team, while not directly
Clacton & District: Harley springs a surprise
Fifteen-year-old Harley Wood produced the performance of the week in Division Three of the Clacton & District League, taking a notable treble for Brotherhood J in their match
England trio ready for top-class Qatar Open
England’s top trio are ready for some tough tests at the world-class Qatar Open, which starts tomorrow.