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2016-17 Tournament

Heats (Seniors, Veterans) - Sunday 2nd April at IBM Sports Hall

Heats (Juniors) - Date and venue TBD

Finals Night - Saturday 29th April at Itchen Abbas and Avington Village Hall

Make a note in your diary now!
Congratulations to Blake Sanderson of South Wonston A on winning the 8th October Young Players Tournament at Waterside in Southampton.
This was in a field of 32 players, so it's a fine achievement!
Tournament for non-League players age 65+ at Fleming Park Eastleigh on 29th Oct - see here for details. A good chance to get into the game, or to get back into the game!
Closing date for entries is 5th October.
Congratulations to Ben Cawston on reaching the last 8 of the English Junior National Championships at Huddersfield today (30th April). Ben beat the 6th ranked England player, Alec Ward, 11-9 in the 7th game (!) before losing to the England number 2, Luke Savill. Garth Kinlocke was the League's last player to get to the last 8 of the Juniors, about 10 years ago. He got as high as 14th in England Men, and is still (May 2016) ranked 22nd.
Zak Abel (musical artist and former England Cadet Boysí Singles national champion) plays table tennis in this impressive music video. Definitely no CGI enhancements!
League Report :Week 4, starting 17 Oct

Division 1

Five Tees B 16171.fiveteesbvskingsa.1.html Kings A
Five Tees B had enjoyed a relatively gentle introduction to Division 1 table tennis until they collided with Kings A. Several legs went to 5 sets, but the finishing was nearly all done by Kings A, for whom Cameron Brealey , Andy Prince and Barry Ross all landed 3 wins.

South Wonston A 16171.southwonstonavsibma.1.html IBM A
Young Jared Schaller followed up last week's defeat of Andy Prince with a 5-set win over Tony Amies . Players who happen to come second often aren't named in these reports, but when a rising Junior beats someone who regularly averages in the 70s and 80s in Division 1, that's news, and the public needs to be told! Three wins for Julian Walton .

Division 2

Kings B 16171.kingsbvshursley.1.html Hursley
The evening was slightly marred by an injury to Keith Hewitt , but Kings B still went on to win. Paul Martin was the main reason, with 3 Singles wins plus a share in the Doubles.

Swanmore B 16171.swanmorebvsmedstead.1.html Medstead
Medstead are currently making the running in Division 2, though in this case they were helped a little by Swanmore B being a player short. Mike Wooding was the evening's standout player, winning both of his matches. Nice to see Dave Sansome putting in an appearance for Swanmore B after swearing that last season would be his last!

Division 3

IBM C 16171.ibmcvsfiveteesc.1.html Five Tees C
Five Tees C continue to show the kind of form that allows them to do some bossing instead of all too often being the League's sitting duck. Revenge at last! Len Field won 3 and doesn't seem likely to concede many in this Division.

Kings C 16171.kingscvssouthwonstonc.1.html South Wonston C
This match provided a short sharp shock for South Wonston C, with only 1 leg going beyond the minimum 3 sets. Things will surely get better for them. For Kings C, John Pryor and Roy Bright both won their 3 in quick time.

South Wonston D 16171.southwonstondvskingsd.1.html Kings D
While things went well for Kings C in the match of the C teams, it was another story in the match of the Ds, though part of that was due to Kings D being a player short. 13-year-old Dan Kimber followed up a win over a much older and more experienced player two weeks ago with another over someone who usually makes short work of beating most Division 3 players.
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Plastic balls to be used in 2015-16

Table Tennis England has issued advice recommending that all competitive table tennis should be played using plastic balls. In Winchester League plastic balls will be used in all Divisions and tournaments in the 2015-16 season. These are available from Mick Bryant of Kings TT Club, who writes "Kings are using Stag Xushaofa Balls. We have a surplus. If any clubs are interested, the price is £3.50 for a box of 3. Kings TTC is open on 27th July, or phone me on 01962 865713 for details." You can also find suppliers on the Internet.
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Winnall Home matches start at 7:30 pm

Winnall now have Tubbs Hall from 7:30 pm, not 8:00 pm.
Please aim to be there for a 7:30 pm start!

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2016-17 Teams, Fixtures and Contacts are now available

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The 2016-17 Season started in the week beginning Monday 26th September!

  • As discussed at the AGM in May, there will be play-off matches between the second-to-bottom team in one Division and the second-to-top team in the Division below. They will take place in the week beginning 24th April 2017
  • This season, all players must be paid-up members of Table Tennis England by the time they play their first match. Scorecards may be delayed by the League Secretary until players have paid.
  • You can join or renew your membership via this link. Senior membership costs £12 and can be purchased by phone (have your credit/debit card ready), or online.

Weekly Schedules (unless rearranged)
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Week 4, starting 17 Oct. (7 of 8 played)
Division 1 Division 2 Division 3
Mon,Oct 17: IBM B vs South Wonston B Mon,Oct 17: Kings B 16171.kingsbvshursley.1.html Hursley Mon,Oct 17: IBM C 16171.ibmcvsfiveteesc.1.html Five Tees C
Spare: Five Tees A Spare: Swanmore A Mon,Oct 17: Kings C 16171.kingscvssouthwonstonc.1.html South Wonston C
Tue,Oct 18: Five Tees B 16171.fiveteesbvskingsa.1.html Kings A Spare: Winnall Spare: Owslebury
Wed,Oct 19: South Wonston A 16171.southwonstonavsibma.1.html IBM A Tue,Oct 18: Swanmore B 16171.swanmorebvsmedstead.1.html Medstead Mon,Oct 17: South Wonston D 16171.southwonstondvskingsd.1.html Kings D

League Tables And Results, 2016-17
Mouse over the scores to see the scorecard in the League grids below!
If 'points' are equal, 'wins' are considered next, then head-to-head results between the 'equal' teams.
Cells coloured like   this   indicate matches that may have been re-scheduled. No scorecard has been received yet, anyway!
Division 1
Pos PlayedWon DrawnLostPts/MatchPoints Kings A IBM A Five Tees A Five Tees B IBM B South Wonston A South Wonston B
1 Kings A 3 3 0 0 7.00 21 Kings A           6-4  
2 IBM A 3 3 0 0 7.00 21 IBM A     8-2   6-4    
3 Five Tees A 3 2 0 1 7.00 21 Five Tees A       9-1     10-0
4 Five Tees B 4 2 0 2 5.00 20 Five Tees B 1-9         10-0  
5 IBM B 3 1 0 2 5.00 15 IBM B 4-6            
6 South Wonston A 4 0 0 4 2.50 10 South Wonston A   3-7     3-7    
7 South Wonston B 2 0 0 2 1.00 2 South Wonston B       2-8      

Division 2
Pos PlayedWon DrawnLostPts/MatchPoints Medstead Kings B Swanmore A Hursley Swanmore B Winnall
1 Medstead 3 2 1 0 6.67 20 Medstead   5-5        
2 Kings B 3 2 1 0 6.33 19 Kings B     8-2 6-4    
3 Swanmore A 3 2 0 1 6.00 18 Swanmore A       8-2 8-2  
4 Hursley 3 0 0 3 3.00 9 Hursley 3-7          
5 Swanmore B 2 0 0 2 2.00 4 Swanmore B 2-8          
6 Winnall 0 0 0 0 - 0 Winnall            

Division 3
Pos PlayedWon DrawnLostPts/MatchPoints South Wonston D Five Tees C Kings C IBM C Kings D Owslebury South Wonston C
1 South Wonston D 4 4 0 0 7.50 30 South Wonston D         8-2 6-4  
2 Five Tees C 4 2 0 2 5.75 23 Five Tees C 3-7   3-7        
3 Kings C 3 2 1 0 7.00 21 Kings C             9-1
4 IBM C 3 2 0 1 5.00 15 IBM C   2-8     7-3    
5 Kings D 4 0 2 2 3.75 15 Kings D     5-5     5-5  
6 Owslebury 3 0 1 2 4.33 13 Owslebury       4-6      
7 South Wonston C 3 0 0 3 1.00 3 South Wonston C 1-9 1-9          

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