It was a slightly disappointing set of results for Northumberland Table Tennis League players at last weekend’s VETTS Northern Masters. Thirteen players travelled to Preston to enjoy a mix of top quality table tennis and top quality social interaction. The region’s best hopes lay on the shoulders of Andrew Wilkinson in the men’s Over 40s […]

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Mount A had a game to catch up on this week in the Premier Division and therefore found themselves playing against both Cramlington Tigers and Prudhoe United Services Club A. Both matches were fairly comfortable for Mount as their line-up of Graeme Barella, Phil Prady and Anthony Ainley cruised to a 10-0 whitewash of the […]

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Until last week, 16 teams were still in the draw for the Northumbria League Knock Out Handicap Cup. This format sees teams from all divisions competing against each other, higher-ranked players facing head-starts from lower-ranked players. In some situations, this can see the league’s top players having an 18-point deficit to overcome with each set […]

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Northumberland Table Tennis Association’s Junior Championship was held at The Sporting Club at Cramlington on Friday 16th February, 2018. The tournament hosts four different events – Junior Singles (under 18), Cadet Singles (under 15), Under 13 Singles and Under 12 Singles. Due to time constraints, with the tournament being held on a Friday evening, every […]

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Northumberland Table Tennis Closed Championship 10 February 2018 With records going back as far as 1931, the Northumberland Table Tennis Association’s annual Closed Tournament still continues to be a great success and this year’s tournament was absolutely no exception. Any player who is affiliated with a club in the Northumbria Table Tennis League is eligible […]

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On Saturday, 10th February at the Sporting Club in Cramlington, the Northumberland Table Tennis Association once against hosts its annual Closed Tournament for players who have participated in the league. The Tournament, organised by league Chairman Gareth Pearson and his team, consists of a number of events including Open, Womens, Veterans and Handicap singles. Open […]

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Cramlington Cobras travelled to Matfen with only two players this week in Division 2 and were promptly undone as the Senators’ line-up of Alex Holliday, Robert Neil Forsyth and Stephen Oxley won 10-0 against Mike Dunn and Joe Swinburn. The score appears representative of a gulf in class between the two teams as the visitors […]

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Both Old England teams cruised to victory in Division 1 this week as the Crocks beat Tyneside A and the Jacks beat Ouston A. Tyneside and Ouston both find themselves in a relegation scrap after the half-way point and desperately need to pick up points if they want to stay in the division. Colin Robson […]

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It was a hectic week in the Premier division this week with four games being played; three of which were close encounters and one a total whitewash. The league leaders NECA, spearheaded by top player Chun Yin Yu, hosted a St Chads team which fielded neither Josh or Keith Weatherby, leading to a 10-0 win […]

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The second half of the season gets underway this week in the Northumbria Table Tennis league. The champions, Cramlington Casuals, look as though they are very likely to lose the title which they have held for the last five seasons as they are ten points behind the current Premier Division leaders North East Chinese Association who […]

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