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Congratulations to Stephanie Fausse, Lily Clarke, Katie O'Dwyer and Scarlett Lennon (from Thomas Aveling) who are through to the National under 13 schools finals in Leicester on March 23rd. This means they are now in the final four schools in the country after winning their Semi-Final in Bristol on 9th February.
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The Quarter-Finals of the Charles Stampe will be played by 22nd February 2019. A full report from the third round matches is now available in the CST section.

Handicaps have been reviewed for the QF clashes. Good luck to all teams still involved.
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The Charles Stampe Trophy handicaps have been amended for the Third Round matches which take place week commencing 14th January 2019. To view these please visit the CST page: CST Third Round
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Three teams got through to round three by default, those teams being Cliffe Woods 1, Luton Invicta 3 and Chatham Belfast.

Of the 13 matches that were played three resulted in winning margins which can be put down to handicapping errors (these will be adjusted in future rounds). These matches were a 79 point win for Howard 6, a 78 point win for Chatham Endurance and a 73 point win for Rainham 5.

A full report and scores are available HERE
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Martin Hewitt had an excellent afternoon on Sunday gaining a hat-trick in the encounter with Gravesend. This leaves our team in a commanding position to take the title. Martin was well supported by Wayne Matthews and Neil Le Milliere as they ran out 7-3 winners at the Iron Room.
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Our Kent League side take on Gravesend at the Iron Room next week (Sunday, 2nd December) with a 1pm start. This match could decide where the title ends this season.
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Cliffe Woods 1 collecting their Division One title trophies from our President - Ken Spree at last nights AGM.
From the left - Alan Bridle, Andy Hollmann and Vinni McAneney.
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Please note due to poor attendances (possibly due to the World Cup or other reasons), summer practice on Thursday nights at the Howard Table Tennis Centre has been suspended until August 9th.
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Pam Butcher has once again won a medal on the world stage.

Defending the over-85 title she won two years ago in Alicante, Pam this time had to settle for bronze at the World Veteran Championships in Las Vegas.

She was edged out in the semi-finals by Reiko Miyagawa of Japan, losing 16-14 in the decider as it finished 3-2 (11-7, 9-11, 9-11, 11-5, 16-14) in favour of her opponent, who went on to win the gold.
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Our sincere best wishes are extended to Pam Butcher as she starts her quest to win another Over 85's World Title today. You can follow her progress by going to the Vet’s UK website and clicking onto the World champions site.
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