Covid19 restrictions prevented 2019-20 season from being completed and the June 2020 meeting from being held. The Annual report which would have been presented at the meeting is being made available here.
A short message from Failand TTC to the other TT clubs in the Bristol league to say that we hope everyone is staying safe and we look forward to returning to league play and seeing all the friends we have made over the years at some point soon.
Table Tennis England have set up a level 1 coaching course for the Spring when it is hoped that we will be able to get back playing on a regular basis and be able to offer education for future new coaches.
We have been notified about a serious fixture problem with TT leagues. All fixtures for Bristol D were showing them as playing away from home. This impacts on Division 5.
Clive Ellison via Bristol Table Tennis League ::
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Bristol & District Table Tennis League was formed in October 1902 and is currently recognised as the oldest table tennis league in the world. It is one of the largest local leagues in the country with over 400 players playing in 8 divisions.
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