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With the table tennis season almost over, Hollington Academy A have retained the First Division title in the Hastings & District League, winning all of their twenty two matches.
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Bexhill E are Second Division champions in the Hastings & District Table Tennis League after a remarkable second half to the season when they won every match.
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This individual handicap competition was played during the week commencing Monday 26th March 2018.
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Unbelievable Tekkers are champions of the Hastings & District Junior Table Tennis League Division One after just edging out Awesome Blaze in the final set of matches where both teams had to face Bangers & Smash.
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Hollington Academy B booked their place in the final of the Watts Cup, the senior Hastings & District Table Tennis knock out competition, with a 5-4 semi-final defeat of Bexhill D.
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Hollington Academy A retained the Division One title in the Hastings & District Table Tennis League with a routine 10-0 dismissal of mid-table Tackleway A.
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Approaching the final week of the Hastings & District Table Tennis League, plus a cluster of postponed matches, the penultimate week’s games settled a number of key issues.
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Amber Rudd visits the Hastings Academy Table Tennis Centre (13th April 2018)
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The top teams in Division Two of the Hastings & District Table Tennis League met in a titanic clash which saw Bexhill E beat Tigers A 6-4 and leave the title in the balance
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The first title to be decided was the Division 3 Singles Championships which went to second ranked Yasar Akar of Hollington Table Tennis Club, Malcolm Hilton of Bexhillians was the Runner-up.

 

 

 

Diane Webb

8th April 2018

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