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Warwickshire Trials Results

Warwickshire Trials and Talent Id Day Placings are available.

For all the results of the trials held on Sunday 13th September in Rugby click here

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2015 Warwickshire Schools Team Table Tennis Championship

The 2015 Warwickshire Schools Team Table Tennis Championship will be held on Thursday 19th November at Lawrence Sheriff School. Information regarding this event is available here in the entry form Should you have any queries, please email Jo Outhwaite at


County Championships Divisions 2015-16

The County Championships Divisions for 2015/16 are now announced


Warwickshire Trials and Talent ID Day Sunday 7th September

Warwickshire Trials and Talent ID Day Sunday 7th September

Lawrence Sheriff School from 10am to 6pm


Vote for Ping Pong Care Campaign in Lottery Awards

The Table Tennis England-supported Ping Pong Care Campaign, ran by BRITDOC, has been nominated for a National Lottery Award, recognising the great work that has been accomplished using table tennis ‘therapy’ in care homes across the UK.


County Divisions for 2014-15

At the county championships conference this afternoon the divisions for 2014/15 were announced


Warwickshire players at the National Schools Individual Championships

On Saturday 26th April; nine players from Warwickshire competed in the ESTTA Individual National Championships at the Doncaster Dome. This is the largest single day junior table tennis event in the annual calendar.The male representatives included Alex Bowe (Under 11 Boys); Jack Green (Under 13 Boys); Timmy Cooper (Under 16 Boys); Jesse Kendrick-Hill (Under 19 Boys). Additionally Sam Weaving whose school is in Oxfordshire competed in the Under 16 Boys. The female representatives included M..


Warwickshire Senors miss out by 1 game of promotion to the Premier Division

In one of the most thrillingly close contests in recent years, Kent narrowly pipped Warwickshire to the post in Division 1B of the Senior County championships. It was round 6 that proved significant in deciding the outcome of the championship. Kent defeated Worcestershire 9-1, while Warwickshire scored an 8-2 victory over Hertfordshire This meant that when the two sides met in round 7, Kent knew that a draw would guarantee them the title.

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