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The Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League’s Knock-Out Cups remain very popular and the fact that divisions two, three, four and five have their own Cup events certainly adds to that popularity. OCs C (Gareth Joice, Mick Richardson and David Porter) were shock 5-4 winners over high-flying Danbury D in the first round of the division two Knock Out Cup.
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Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League legend - Tony Condon died peacefully on 01 February 2019, aged 87. A seven times Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League Mens Singles Champion (most recently in 1972) he was by all accounts one of the best predominantly defensive players ever to have played in the Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League.
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19 year old Ugur Saglik, many people’s favourite - is the 2019 M&G Investments Chelmsford Mens Singles Champion and he took the title with five game wins over David Cole in his Semi-Final and against Wale Bada in the Final at the Old Chelmsfordians Club on Monday 11 February 2019 played in front of a sizeable crowd.
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Arthur Clark, Chelmsford Junior Match Secretary, reports on the latest round of matches in the National Junior League which took place on 26 January 2019.
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Daniel Young and Liam Squirrell - two of the stars of the M&G Investments Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League Championships last weekend met in the division 1A of the Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League the week before. And it was Daniel Young who came out on top and his hat-trick of wins included a 11-7, 11-6, 11-9 victory over Liam - Liam’s first defeat of the Season.
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The preliminary weekend of the M&G Investments Chelmsford & District Table Tennis Championships played at Hylands School produced no shortage of shocks as well as some superb play. With top seed Duncan Taylor having to withdraw from the Mens Singles through injury the top quarter took on a very open look and it was 67 years old Steve Whiteley who took full advantage.
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It’s positive news this year as far as the M&G Investments Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League 2019 Championships are concerned. Entries are up for the third year running and this year 125 players are taking part including 42 juniors. The blue riband event as always is the Mens Singles and last year’s winner - ace defender Duncan Taylor is the top seed. The second seed - 19 year old Ugur Saglik will be a new name to a lot of people.
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In division 1(A) the leaders Maldon A produced a storming performance - in fact what is arguably the performance of the Season as they thrashed second placed Chelmsford A 9-1. Alex Abbott and John Poysden were both undefeated against a strong Chelmsford side who were without Ugur Saglik but were still able to field Casey Cross, Wale Bada and Eddy Ogbebor.
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OCs B took a giant step towards winning division two in the Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League. David Cole and Kevin Worthington were both undefeated as they beat Chelmsford C 8-2 - a result that sees Chelmsford slip back to fourth.
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Junior Match Secretary, Arthur Clark, reports on the third round of North London Region National Cadet League matches for 2018/19 was held at Ellenborough TTC, Enfield on Sunday 13 January 2019.
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