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In an unprecedented double for our Junior Teams, Chelmsford's National Cadets follow in the footsteps of the Chelmsford Juniors to become North London Region National Cadet League Champions.

Read the full report from Arthur Clark, Chelmsford League Junior Match Secretary.
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The Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League Committee have followed the directive of Table Tennis England and at present League matches do not have to be postponed or cancelled if all players are fit to participate, notwithstanding the ever growing concerns regarding the Coronavirus. All players are advised to check the Table Tennis England Website regularly as matters can change on a daily basis.
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TTE advise flexibility if players or clubs are unable to fulfil fixtures for reasons related to the Covid-19 virus.

CDTTL clubs and captains may decide whether to play or postpone individual matches due to concerns over the Covid-19 virus. If matches are to be postponed, the team captain postponing must inform the opposing captain and the League Divisional Secretary via chelmsfordttl@gmail.com.

Please just be aware that it may be difficult to rearrange fixtures at this stage in the season.
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Chelmsford TTC have suspended hosting all table tennis including league matches and Friday and Sunday practice sessions until further notice - so if you have an AWAY match to CTTC, this match is currently postponed. CTTC are still playing away matches unless the CTTC team captain specifically contacts opposing captain and the Fixture Secretary to confirm they are not.

This decision does not affect Bat&Chat sessions on Mon (12-2pm) and Thurs (10am-12pm) which are currently continuing.
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The battle to avoid relegation from division one of the Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League really couldn’t be tighter and a mere two points covers no fewer than five teams. You wouldn’t expect to see OCs A so close to the bottom but they lost 7-3 to fourth-placed Galleywood A
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The third round of North London Region National Junior League matches for 2019/20 was held at Ellenborough TTC, Enfield on Saturday 11 January 2020. Having led Division 2 by one point after the first round of matches the A Team had then been promoted to Division 1s.
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Leaders Maldon A overcame the potentially tricky hurdle of third-placed Chelmsford A 7-3 in the first division of the Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League. The hard hitting James Denyer proved to be their main stumbling block and he became the first player to topple Alex Abbott this Season.
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Division two of the Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League looks to have become a two way battle for honours. The top two sides both won this week. Leaders OCs B ran out 8-2 winners against Writtle C. David Cole retained his 100 % singles record but Kevin Worthington has been the main stay of this side with an excellent return of 91 %. Worthington missed out 10-12, 7-11, 12-14 to Gary Ward on this occasion.
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The Chelmsford League Management Committee have been advised by Rawreth TTC that they are withdrawing from Division 1 as they are no longer able to raise a team to fulfil their fixtures.
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Danbury E, runaway leaders of division three of the Chelmsford & District Table Tennis League were given the severest of examinations in the division three Knock Our Cup competition. With Gordon Gatheral losing 9-11, 9-11, 4-11 to Bob Garson they trailed Writtle D 2-4 and were in big trouble.
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