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In order to make things more interesting, Cheshunt & District TT League will be using a new format for the coming season. The main differences are that there will no longer be any Divisional Cups but instead there will be an extended and more varied programme of league matches. See the full article for more details.
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The 2018 Presidents Cup match between Cheshunt League and Hertford League took place on Thursday 21st June and resulted in a draw. Click the picture for full report.
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The Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 17th May 2018 at 7.45pm for 8pm start.
At Waltham Cross Youth Club, Stanhope Road, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire EN8 7DJ.
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This year's Handicap Cup featured the two teams from HRC, the club that has dominated the league in all competitions this year. Click picture for full report.
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This year's Divisional Cup Finals were played on Wednesday 11th April at Ellenborough. Each final was contested by one team from HRC and one from Ellenborough. The HRC teams had to be the hot favourites in both events, having each won their respective League Championships in decisive fashion. However, both finals produced some great play and exciting match-ups.
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This year’s championships, held at Ellenborough TTC on Saturday 10th March, were again ably run by Digger Lamprell and provided excellent competitive matches throughout the day. Star of the day was Huseyin Cakir of Ellenborough, who won both the Open Singles and, with partner, Anatol Gasiorowski, the Open Doubles.
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Nigel sadly passed away on Friday 1st May.
Nigel's funeral was on Thursday the 7th May at Enfield crematorium and was attended by a number of us from the Cheshunt & Hertford Leagues.
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Mrs Margaret Boxall one of the Cheshunt League's Vice Presidents has sadly passed away as a result of cancer in the spine.
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My name is Glenn Phur I have been a league table tennis player for over 35 years playing in various leagues across the South and South East of England. I am currently playing in the Winchester and Basingstoke Leagues.

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Glenn Phur - Balata Sports

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I am a self-employed sports, soft and deep tissue masseur working throughout Hertfordshire and North London and I have seen your club online and would like to offer my services to you, your staff and your players (both competitive and recreational).

Your time is much appreciated.

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