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Richard Hutchinson, last winner in 1986, returned after a record absence to reclaim the men's title. But first he had to overcome teammate Andy Warner in the Semi-Final.
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We earlier reported that the successful GHTTC A Team of previous years had returned to the club. In their first season back, they have reclaimed the (2017-18) Colchester & District League Title and completed the cup 'double'. Click on the headline for more.
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The winning GHTTC team that largely comprised of members of our E and F Teams outgunned some serious competition. One suspects that their individual handicaps won't be as generous in future. However, four of the stalwarts of this team only joined the club in the last twelve months; and none had played competitively for very many years. So whilst not complete novices, they warranted their 'Division Four' handicaps. Click on headline for more.
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As we approach the new season we are delighted to announce the return of some of our past CDTTL Premier Division stars; including Richard Hutchinson, Andy Warner, Paul Broxton, along with Charlie Futcher and Daniel Shelley. A warm welcome (back) to all. This means that GHTTC will once again be a force to be reckoned with in the top division.
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The David Pratt Trophy is a closed handicap tournament held annually between members of Great Horkesley Table Tennis Club.
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A number of persons that attempted the "Beat the Robot" challenge made enquiries about joining the club. There will be a ‘Club Practice Night this Friday 2nd September at the Old Community Hall, Great Horkesley. Then the following Friday (9th) is an internal club tournament. Then from Monday 12th September Practice Night will move to a Monday. Newcomers are welcome. For more information please telephone the Club Secretary.
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The A Team was unable to retain its Premier Division crown, but there was consolation in Jake Collins retaining his CDTTL individual title for the third consecutive year; whilst Jake & Paul Broxton won the doubles; and Richard Hutchinson won the Veteran’s 40+.
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After experiencing at first hand the horrific earthquake in Nepal, GHTTC and Colchester League player Phil Wolski is urging the table tennis community to donate to the disaster relief efforts. The 60-year-old Great Horkesley club secretary and his wife Sylvia were in the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu when the quake, which measured 7.8 on the Richter Scale, struck. See more at: http://tabletennisengland.co.uk/news/i-survived-nepal-quake-horror-now-please-help-me-raise-money/#sthash.gOpl8Hv5.dpuf
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Great Horkesley A; the inaugural champions of the Colchester & District Premier League in 2013-14; remain the only ever holders of this title with another superb performance in season 2014-15.
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Jake Collins of Great Horkesley A retained the CDTTL men's title in a thrilling final with Rik James of Rowhedge.
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