Only four catch-up matches were played last week as the league enters its Christmas break. In the Premier division, Old England Jacks accomplished an excellent 8-2 win against Riding Mill A. Lynne Herrington took Player of the Match as she won her hat-trick alongside Alan Atkinson whilst Mark O’Connor was the only player to win […]

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Two of the North Easts unsung heroes picked up awards this week at the Table Tennis England Conference at Durham County cricket ground this weekend. Alan Hedley from Cramlington TTC was winner of the contribution to North East Table Tennis award and Steve Dickinson won Club Volunteer of the year for his work at Byker […]

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Northumberland’s Senior County team of Andrew Wilkinson, Dave Robson, Chun Yin Yu, Christine Burke and Lyndsey Storey ventured to Draycott this weekend to compete in Division 2A of the County Championships. On Saturday their first opponents, Lancashire, proved to be the toughest of the weekend as the team played well to draw 5-5. Wilkinson opened […]

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In division 2 this week, the only result to be found was 6-4. Firstly, Ouston B beat Matfen Senators by that score thanks to hat-tricks from Neil Wilkinson and Thomas Fowle. The Senators took 1 win each plus the doubles. Cramlington Swifts lost 6-4 against Ouston A as Neil Rodgers did particularly well for the […]

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The Premier division was host to three fairly one-sided games this week. Title contenders NESLC Eagles maintained their run of form as they beat St Chads 9-1, the only blemish being Jimmy Scope’s surreal comeback against Paul Baines. Baines was 2 games up and had 7 match points to see off the veteran defender in […]

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In division 2 this week leaders Byker C took on Matfen Senators who are also looking to stamp their authority on this division. Matfen eventually winning 6-4 after Alex Holliday took the last set in the match against John Carr in straight games. Holliday was man of the match winning all of his games and […]

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Teams involved in the title race for the Premier division swapped around this week as Mitford A lost 9-1 to Cramlington Casuals and NESLC Eagles beat Mount A 7-3. Steve Penman regained some form as he won his hat-trick for the Casuals, Andrew Wilkinson winning his 3 as usual and Peter Smallcombe taking 2. Dale […]

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