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Feb 16, 2020

tt39The matches just keep on coming at the Friday Matchplay and its good to see new players continually feeding into the process. One of those new players this season, Tom Lewsey, is now starting to reap the rewards of the commitment and focus he's giving to improvement. Four wins in his latest effort in the lower group only succumbing in one encounter to another youngster dedicated to improving, Leon Lukose.

Feb 8, 2020

ping5It was a very busy night at Collyer's on Friday. Alongside the regular matchplay evening there was the start of a new TTKidz programme and a Set4Success Inter-Business Charity fundraising competition. So the hall was packed and it presented a great sight of community level table tennis at its best. 

Feb 2, 2020

tt527Another super matchplay night at Collyer’s on Friday night with 22 players strutting their stuff in three round-robin groups, a process occupying all 11 tables set out in the sports hall. Freya Bull and mum Becky made excellent debuts in the C group. Both got busy playing and winning lots of matches. When the two met however it was mum who stamped parental authority on the proceedings by winning in straight sets.

Feb 1, 2020

tt917Another great day of play at Collyer's on Sunday 26th January. Player averages have been calculated  and available to see here.

Jan 31, 2020

tt95Day 3 of National Cadet League at Collyer’s in Horsham brought some more great table tennis games and action in three divisions of play re-organised by promotion and relegation ready for the second phase of the competition. Divisions B and C are both tight which is good to see. In the lowest tier and only five points separate the top four sides, Brighton C lying in pole position and Horsham D, G and F in hot pursuit with the aim of finishing in the top two to contest the all-important play-off final. Raoul Lecuyer was Brighton’s leading light winning all his six matches although surviving a five setter against Horsham F’s Ben Griffiths. Steady support was provided by Scarlett Davies, Charlie Miller and Henry Searle to ensure Brighton’s pre-eminence.