Colin Deaton Table Tennis Academy has entered 4 junior teams in the Sheffield Junior Table Tennis League.
The teams will play on seven Saturdays during the season; 15th September 2018, 6th October 2018, 17th November 2018, 15th December 2018, 26th January 2019, 16th March 2019 and 20th April 2019.
All matches are at the English Institute for Sport in Sheffield.
Deatons Alligators (Division 3) - Elliot Ashley, Noeh Khalifa, Ben Chance, Oliver Ashley.
Deatons Bears (Division 4) - Gregor Hockley, Oliver Barnett, Winston Hill, Branden Parker.
Deatons Cobras (Division 4) - Daisy Leach, Joe White, Arthur Howe, Branden Parker, Ethan Wilkinson.
Deatons Dragons (Division 4) - Jake Morley, Aden Van Hoorebeek, Jack Fieldsend, Maxwell Meggitt.
The April 2019 edition of In the Loop is published!
More success for Colin Deaton Table Tennis Academy teams. CDTTA A has retained the Division One title by 4 points and CDTTA I finished top of Division Three, closely followed in second place by CDTTA F. The A team players were Jake Meikle, Rowan Jones, David Molyneux, Dave and Ronan Kelly. The I team players were Noah and Mark Van Hoorebeek, Jon Denby and Matthew Stewart and finally the F team players were Jordan Morrison, Karl Morley and Adam Hunt. The F team also won the Swale Cup, beating Wingerworth B by 53 points.
Colin Deaton players excelled in the 2019 Chesterfield Table Tennis League Tournament. There were 13 CDTTA winners from the 16 events. Details are here.
Congratulations to the team of Colin Deaton Table Tennis Academy juniors who have finished runners-up in Division One of the Nottingham Junior Table Tennis League.
Noah Van Hoorebeek, Jeremy Hamshaw, Jack Fieldsend (pictured L to R), Oliver Barnett, Oliver Ashley and Tom Lee have represented CDTTA.
Practice and coaching sessions are on Tuesdays 7.00 pm to 9.45 pm (Coaching for beginners 5.45 pm to 7.00 pm) and Fridays 6.45 pm to 9.45 pm at Springwell Community College Sports Centre throughout the year. The cost of practice and coaching sessions is £3.50 per person for members and £5 per person for non-members.
The first coaching session for new participants is free.
Follow the link Springwell Community College Sports Centre for directions to our venue.
For more information, please follow the link Colin Deaton Table Tennis Academy coaching.
A reminder that players intending to represent CDTTA, need to pay
1 the club membership fee
2 the Chesterfield League fee.
BEFORE they represent CDTTA.
All the league match results and individual player performances are available to view at the Chesterfield Table Tennis League website.
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