Wandsworth and District Table Tennis League


Webmaster John Llewellyn

  Welcome to the Wandsworth & District Table Tennis League where you can follow the results of your favourite players and teams that play locally in the Wandsworth area of London as well giving you information of places you where you can play Table Tennis.

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York Gardens “A” consolidated their lead in Division 1 with a 7 - 3 victory over York Gardens “D” with man of the match going to Leo Veinsreider (pictured) who beat the leagues top player Laikram Persaud.

In Division 3 York Gardens “G” are now top of the division by 5 points after a win over the York Gardens “H” team.


New rule changes to make team line up more consistent

 Last season particularly in Division 1, the regular team line became a farce as teams struggled to full a regular squad so this season the league is trying out a new rule to stop players “hopping” from one team to another. Guidance for the new rule is; “A player may play for one higher team only in each higher division for a maximum of three times in each half.  Where the higher team is in the same division as the one he is registered for, playing up is limited to one occasion only in each half.”    Click here to see the league rules and guidance notes    

Division 1   Leo leads York Gardens “A” to victory with win over Laikram Persaud

In Division 1 York Gardens “A” maintained their momentum with a hard fought 7 – 3 victory over York Gardens “D”. For the “A” team the honours were evenly spread as Musa Farquahrson, Leo Veinsreider and Tony Allen all won 2 each and took the doubles. Leo was the star of the night as he was the only one to beat Laikram Persaud (who won 2 for the D team). The other D team players were Andrie Procopie who lost his 3 matches and Sanga Quamina who won 1 making his debut. York Gardens “A” are now top of the division on 6 points to York Gardens “D” on 4 points.

Division 2   St Pauls “B” surge ahead in Division 2

 St Pauls “B” put in a commanding team effort to beat Wilton 7 – 3. For St Pauls both Rob Barr  (pictured) and Simon Kempton were unbeaten and Luke Pomaro secured his first win in the 2nd division. For Wilton Richard Evans and Emiliano Laghi both won 1 each with Eric Jeanpierre unlucky to lose his 3. But Wilton managed to secure a point by taking the doubles. This now puts St Pauls “B” top of the division on 6 points to York Gardens “F” on 4 points.

 Division 3    York Gardens “G” 5 points clear in Division 3

 York Gardens “G” have an impressive 5 point lead in division 3 after winning 7 – 3 against York Gardens “H”. For the “G” team Ismai’l Miller, Khaled Uddin and young Anthony Atkins each won 2, and they took the doubles. For York Gardens “H” Jessica Monis showed how she has come of age this season by winning all her matches, Richard Gayle (pictured) and Pawel Meryn both lost all theirs. York Gardens “I” moved into second place in division 3 thanks to a 6 – 4 win over Vale “B”. For York Gardens “I” Krzys Brzezinski and Grant Davidson were unbeaten with Charlie Gaan losing his 3. For Vale Tom Coady, Tom Higgs and Don Stevens all won 1 each and took the doubles.

Division 4     Tigers & Dragons come back down to earth

The top of the table battle between Vale “C” and York Gardens “J” resulted in a resounding 7 – 3 victory to Vale. Man of the match was Vale’s Jeff Collin who maintained his unbeaten record, Roy Holmes and Tommy Tomkins gave ample support with 2 wins each. For York Gardens “J” both Mike Nobel and Pawel Meryn lost their maches, Joe Leone won 2 and York took the doubles to guarantee getting a point. This now puts Vale “C” on 7 points to York Gardens “J” on 5 points. Tigers & Dragons (T&G) came back down to earth with a bang after last week’s victory they lost a very on form Heathfield  9 – 1!  For Heathfield both Bob Tidbury and Harry Greatwood were unbeaten, Andy Brooks won 2 and they took the doubles to complete the score. T&G’s only winner was Ken Burgess who won 1, with Kambit  Ahdieh and Stewart Katz losing all their matches.

New Table Tennis  Club at Brunswick Club in Fulham

   New Table Tennis Club at the Brunswick Club in Fulham every Tuesday from 6.00pm - 10.15pm. the fee is £5.00 per session. Brunswick Table Tennis is catered for players of Division 1& 2 standard players' Premier & County players and British League players.  The tables are 5 Stiga Premier Compact and Stiga Premier Nets and Stiga Barriers.as you will see in the attachment, I hope to see you all there on the opening 09th Sept 2014 6.00pm till 10.15pm

The Nearest Tube station is Fulham Broadway 10 min walk, also there are no parking restrictions after 5.30pm

The Brunswick Club For Young People, 34 Haldane Rd, London SW6 7EU

off North End Road by the Mc Donalds  Phone:020 7385 4856  Contact: Philip Sangchin  (07961002799)

If you are interested in playing Table Tennis look up one of the many clubs in Wandsworth where you can join in. Players of all skill levels are welcome for coaching, practice or match play, from beginner to national level. Click this link to see clubs in Wandsworth.