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Joola Plymouth Table Tennis Club have been shortlisted for Community Club of the Year award from local sports clubs at the Herald Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2015.

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Horrabridge Junior Table Tennis Tournament

In the boys year 3-4 games, Joola Plymouth player Charlie Dolton beat Josh Brownlow to win the first title of the day. For the consolation title, Ben Hutchinson played Daniel Cooper in the final; it was Ben who won the game and the medal.

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Torbay Team Tag Table Tennis Tournament

Sunday 3rd January 2016

Torbay Leisure Centre

10am – mid-afternoon

Charge: £10 per team

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But here’s the twist….

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Bribar Plymouth Junior 2 Star Table Tennis Tournament 1st November 2015

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Bribar Plymouth Junior 2 star Table Tennis Tournament 13th September 2015

On Sunday 13th September the first Open Junior Table Tennis tournament of the season was played at Eggbuckland Community College in Plymouth with a turnout of over 70 junior players.

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On Sunday 1st March the third Open junior table tennis tournament of the season since September was played at Eggbuckland Community College in Plymouth.

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Paul Drinkhall & Helshan Weerasinghe locked in battle in Plymouth

Tom Jarvis and Alex Ramsden put on a fantastic show

Also a great big thankyou to all our team of volunteers who helped with all the 400 plus meals for the squads during the week and created a memorable week.

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PING pong balls at the ready – Plymouth is set to go table tennis crazy this summer.

Plymouth City Council is finalising plans for Ping! Plymouth, a new scheme to encourage people to play table tennis across the city after securing more than £15,000 funding.

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JOOLA Plymouth Table Tennis club have demonstrated that old players don’t fade away – they go on to win national titles.

City veterans Paul Whiting, Paul Giles, Mike Short and Kevin Buddell travelled to Doncaster to compete in the final weekend of the Veterans’ British League.

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Light refreshments will be available throughout the evening.  Please come and join us for an entertaining evening.

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