Clapham Prime member Ross Wilson entered the recent Racketlon British Championships, taking 1st place titles in U16 and Mens B categories, playing some particularly impressive table tennis along the way. Results in his last two tournaments have propelled him to 26th in the National Senior rankings.
The total fee must be paid before the event entered starts.
Closing date for entries is Sunday 11th February 2018.
Prime sweep to League Cup victory
Clapham Prime defeated Clapham Academy 6-3 in the final of the league cup to go one step further than last season when they were the beaten finalists. Drew, Ross and Adam all won two matches each.
Annual Championships 2017 - Now available to enter on-line!!!
Championships Entry Form We have gone all modern on you this year and you can now apply for the Championships on-line by using the attached form. The total fee must be paid before the event entered starts. Closing date for entries is Sunday 12th February 2017.
Welcome to our new design, mobile friendly website.
We will continue to make changes over the coming months with the aim of automating many of the league administration tasks and providing league players with useful information and tools, starting with a Handicap Calculator
New Balls Please
Please remember that Table Tennis England have introduced Polly Balls for the forthcoming season. As they play slightly differently it has been agreed that we use the new balls to support players that are playing in competitions and leagues outside of Lowestoft & District. To assist teams we are offering a "ball amnesty" where you can swap your old balls, which will be donated to the coaching club, for the new polly version (max 6 new balls per team) or alternatively they can be purchased from the League at £1 each (min order 6). Please contact Martin Peek for more info or to place an order.
We have conducted some research and spoken to suppliers and currently we are recommending Xushaofa Seamless as the ball to go for.
Lowestoft & District Table Tennis League Objectives:
To foster and promote organised table tennis.
To endeavour to obtain better facilities for the sport.