Table Tennis for All



Norman Booth Centre, Elderfield, Mulberry Green, Old Harlow, Harlow, CM17 0EY. Tel: 01279 438199

It was Welsh Dragon Ryan Jenkins who was victorious. Jenkins got the better of Dean Cundy, Emran Hussain, Euan Liddle, Hubert Noah and Gareth Herbert. The final with Herbert ended in a pulsating 11-5 in the fifth victory. The hit TV Series Heroes has a character called "Denko". Ryan Jenko's rhyming namesake terminates other heroes in this hit BBC programme. This was at least before he was himself terminated and in fact evaporated by another character "Tracy Strauss".

Gareth Herbert, Former England number 1 and Commonwealth Games double Gold Medallist will be holding a coaching course that will be held over two weekends. Those weekends are May 22nd,23rd and June 12th,13 at BATTS table tennis club. Anyone who would like table tennis coaching and wants to improve their game are welcome.
Gareth will be running the camp with Alex Green who has been part of England squads who have gone to Saudi Arabia and Sweden with the England squad.

The Essex County Schools individual championships is at BATTS on Sunday 7th March. You need to attend a school in Essex to be eligible.
 
It's a really good tournament  for all abilities with lots of different age events and consolation singles too. Entry is only £5 per event.
 
Entry form attached and closing date for entries is Saturday 6th February.

Ilford’s Matthew Spero was the surprise Winner of the Open Singles at the 2010  Essex Closed Table TennisTournament played at BATTS in Harlow over the weekend of Saturday/Sunday 02/03 January.

Although this event will not make the same amount of headlines as some minor match at Old Trafford on the same day it represented a fantastic success for the hard-hitting left-handed Spero (ranked no. 155 nationally) who got the

Monday 21st December - practice from 7-10pm
 

At a glittering awards ceremony at Tattersalls in Newmarket last night, when the likes of Brawn GP won the team of the year title,  Henry Cecil picked up a lifetime achievement award, and Charlotte Edwards from the Ashes winning England Team picked up the Sports personality Award, little BATTS from Old Harlow collected the Community Club of the Year award .
 

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03 Dec 2009

Second seed Po Huang Chen walked off with the first prize of £ 150.00 at the BATTS Super League, which was held on Friday 27 November 2009. This event formed part of three days of top class play at the Harlow Club which took in

Round five of  the British League  Premier Division has been completed and the leaders Drumchapel Glasgow have all but guaranteed that they will retain their title. It is early days but such was the margin of their superiority over second –placed Westfield that it is surely no more than a formality that they will win it again.
 

Things are moving quickly since our new coach Aad Kwakkelstein took up his appointment 2 weeks ago. Aad has highly impressive credentials and coached from grass roots up to national level in Holland. He has made a big impact already in his elite Wednesday sessions at BATTS.