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OTHER TABLE TENNIS CLUBS

This is the first of a library of TT Clubs in Kent who are not already listed in KEY INFO. This section will eventually move to KEY INFO
SWANLEY. Do you want to play TT in friendly environment on Wednesday evenings or Monday afternoons. Non league, good standard, mostly doubles. No coaching available so unable to take beginners. Long standing club having been active for around 30 yrs.
Wednesdays 7.30pm to 9.30pm at Swanley Youth and Community Centre, St. Mary's Road, Swanley. BR88BU.
Mondays 2.30pm at White Oaks Leisure Centre, Hilda May Avenue, Swanley. BR87BT.
You can find them at
http://wiltshirechristine.wix.com/tabletennisswanley#.
23 March, 2013
by: Secretary

AMHERST and The English Schools TTA

THE ESTTA REGIONAL FINALS

Amherst did not quite make it through to the finals but not for the lack of trying.
They won both their first match against Batheaston (Bath) and their second against Farnham Common Primary (Bucks) quite comfortably.
They then finished a very close second to Barnes Primary School (London South), after losing 3-5. Unfortunately Zac Shirtcliff, the Amherst no2, was not well and did not pick up either of his singles in the final and others might well have picked up a game or two. It then could have been sneaked on count back but it is of course down to doing it on the day. James Thresher was the stand out player at no4, he lost only one set throughout the whole competition and proved to be an absolute rock for the team.

TWBG did make it through as they beat Dr Challoners 7-1 in their first match, then Bournemouth 7-1 and finally Raines Foundation 6-2. Neither of the first two matches were as easy as the scores suggest and it was known Raines would be tough opponents. It was 2 all with Raines after 4 sets but the boys found something extra from somewhere and made it through.

Steve Fuller, Dave Field and Janet Field all went along plus a small army of Mums, Dads and siblings - all were jumping about as the excitement mounted. It was noted that some of the older ones probably made more noise than anybody else!
One of the player's Mum is already planning for everyone to go to the same hotel and eat together the night before their big day, so it looks like a mass exodus up to Hinckley for the final.
RH.







31 March, 2015
by: Info provided by Janet Field