Wandsworth and District Table Tennis League

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Webmaster John Llewellyn

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Chairman's Cup Final: St Pauls “C” beat XXIV Club in fine style

 St Pauls “C” ended what has been a triumphant season after winning the 3rd Division by taking the Chairman's Cup. The Chairman’s Cup competition is for all teams in the league but with a handicapping system  so every team has an equal chance of winning.  St Pauls beat the XXIV Club  in fine style 5 - 1. The first match set the tone for the night as it was a nervy encounter between St Pauls’ Rob Knifton and XXIV Club’s Tom O’malley, with Rob getting the better of him. St Pauls then went on to a commanding 4 - 0 lead until Tom O’malley managed to stop the rot by beating Luke Pomaro. Rob Barr sealed the victory for St Pauls with a convincing win over Mike Bright to take the match and the Cup. The teams were: St Pauls; Rob Barr, Rob Knifton, Luke Pomaro (pictured L - R, Rob Barr, Tom Edge, Rob Knifton, Luke Pomaro). XXIV Club; Tom O’malley, Peter Klocek, Mike Bright.

Wandsworth & District Table Tennis League CLOSED CHAMPIONSHIPS

 The “Minor” (division 3 and 4 players only) singles and doubles event took place in the Wandsworth & District Table Tennis League Closed championships with great success. Anthony Atkins of York Gardens was the surprise winner beating Tom Coady in a fabulous final which went right down to the 5th set. The doubles were also a thriller with Tom Coady and Anthony Atkins again being involved, this time the scratch pairing of Tom Coady and Peter Klocek beat Anthony Atkins and Tyreek Edwards 14 - 12 in the 5th set! Results: Minor Singles Semi Finals:  Tom Coady bt Rob Barr (11-7, 11-9, 13-11) Anthony Atkins bt Ismai’l Miller ( 11-6, 4-11, 5-11, 11-8, 11-6) Minor Single Final:  Anthony Atkins bt Tom Coady (16-14, 8-11, 6-11, 14-12, 11-6)  Minor Doubles Semi Finals: Anthony Atkins/Tyreek Edwards bt Ismai’l Miller/Ryan Francis (11-6, 11-4, 11-9) Tom Coady/Peter Klocek bt Rob Barr/Rob Knifton (11-9, 11-5, 11-6) Minor Doubles Final:  Tom Coady/Peter Klocek  bt Anthony Atkins/Tyreek Edwards (9-11, 11-3, 10-12, 11-4, 14-12)

Saturday Table Tennis practice and coaching available at Tiger and Dragon TTC

If You want to improve your game there is Tiger & Dragon Table Tennis Club with coaching and practice every Saturday. The new opening times are from 2pm till 4pm for Juniors (under 18) and from 3.30pm till 7,30pm for adults.  12  tables are available at Charing Cross Sports Club which is next to the hospital on Fulham Palace Road. Nearest tube is Hammersmith or Barons Court Tube Station, there is no parking restrictions on road. Admission is £4.00 for Juniors and £6.00 for Adults.

Address: Charing Cross Sports Club, Aspenlea Road, Hammersmith, London W6 8LH T: 020 8741 3654 E: info@ccsclub.co.uk  Report by Philip Sanghin (pictured)

Division 1   York Gardens “A” score 39 points out of a possible 40!

To finish off their final match in division 1 York Gardens “A” beat York Gardens “F” 9 – 1, and won the division with 39 points out of a possible 40! Yet again the dynamic duo of Musa Farquharson and Leo Veinsreider (pictured) won all their matches and were  joined by the talented Shola Olabiyi who duly did the same. For the “F” Silvia Trenti, Philip Sangchin and Mark Philipsz lost their matches but did have some consolation in winning the doubles.


Division 2   Wilton snatch 3rd place in Division 2

A determined Wilton squad beat York Gardens “E” 8 – 2 to steal 3rd place in division 2. The Wilton team was Richard Evans and Paul West who both won their 3 matches each, with Paul Couper winning 2. For York Gardens “E” Colin Morrow won 1, with both Sajid Patel and Tony Lee losing their matches, Tony and Colin teamed up to win the doubles.

Final league positions: 1st Vale “A” 30 points, 2nd St Pauls “A” 20 points, 3rd Wilton  15 points, 4 York Gardens “E” 12 points, 5th York Gardens “H” 3 points.

Division 3    Division 3 complete with St Pauls “C” as champions

 Division 3 is the only division to finish off all of its matches as scheduled this season and St Pauls “C” the most consistent team this season duly won the 3rd Division title.

St Pauls “C” confirmed the title by beating the XXIV Club 8 – 2. Rob Knifton (pictured) was the man of the match winning his 3, but both Rob Barr and the improving Luke Pomaro both won 2 each and St Pauls won the doubles to guarantee the maximum 4 points. For XXIV Club Tom O’malley was their only winner with both Peter Klocek and Steve Sin losing their matches. York Gardens “G” led by Ryan Francis put in sterling performance to beat St Pauls “B” 7 – 3. Ryan won his 3 matches with Ismai’l Miller winning 1, and Khaled Uddin winning 2 plus they took the doubles. For St Pauls “B” Peter Lyall won 2, with Clarke Geddes winning 1, who has improved greatly this season, Faisal Ali was unlucky losing his 3. This meant the final positions this season were: 1st St Pauls “C” 23 points, 2nd Vale “B” 19 points, 3rd York Gardens “G” 18 points, 4th XXIV Club 12 points, 5th St Pauls “B” 8 points.

Division 4     York Gardens “I” - champions of division 4

2 rearranged matches were completed to finish off the 4th Division with York Gardens “I” deservedly being named champions with 31 points to Vale “C” with 26. York Gardens “I” beat Heathfield 6 – 4. For the “I” team Krys Bryzezinski was again unbeaten winning his 3, with 1 win apiece for Irfaan Baksh and Solomon Moodie they won the doubles to take the match. Vale “C” snatched second place despite losing 4 – 6 to their “D” team, who finished on 25, The usual line up for the “D” team of Tom Tomkins, Roy Holmes and Jeff Collin. The losing “C” team was Don Stevens, Ray Wadley and Peter Fenner.  Final league positions: 1st York Gardens “I” 31 points, 2nd Vale “C” 26 points, 3rd Vale “D” 25 points, 4th York Gardens “J” 24 points, 5th Heathfield 13 points, 6th TRC 1 point


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.

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