Important Notices

AGM Information 1 - TTE Open Letter

See attached for an Open Letter from TTE (Table Tennis England), giving their explanation about the discontinuation of TTE provision of the TT365 website system, also their proposed introduction of a new 'TT Leagues' system, and about the TTE AGM Proposals relating to TTE Fees.

TTE Open Letter - 20190410.pdf  

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AGM Information 2 - TT365 Letter to Leagues

See attached for an update from TT365 (who produce the software currently used for the League's results, fixtures, tables, website, etc), relating to TTE's decision to discontinue provision of TT365 as part of TTE Membership, giving their explanation of events.

TT365 Letter to Leagues.pdf  

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AGM Information 3 - TT365 Proposal

See attached for TT365's proposal for Leagues wishing to continue using the TT365 system.

TT365 Proposal - updated 070519.pdf  

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League Update - Latest (Week 10)

For a little write up on the League (up to week 10), please go to the "Week 10 Update - 7-Dec-2018" section under the 'Local News' heading, and click on the title for the full update.

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Week 3 - Mini Update

Third week completed and the divisions are starting to take shape.
D1 - Adey 1 lead C & S 1 / Flam 1 in 2nd/3rd, but C & S 1 pushed to 6-4 by Adey A.
D2 - C & S B lead Flam A & McA, but looking very close throughout.
D3 - As you were, with Flam C & L Green setting the early pace.

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Week 2 - Mini Update

Two weeks into the season & top of D1 looking familiar - Adeyfield 1st ahead of Crown & Sceptre 1st, with Flamstead 1st in 3rd! Early days, but seems likely they'll battle it out. Good start for St. George's 1st.
In D2, a fast start by Crown & Sceptre B, all pretty close after that.
In D3, it's Flamstead C & Leverstock Green setting early pace.
All to play for. :)

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New Season Started (2018-2019)

The new 2018-2019 season has now started (as of 24th September). This season we have three full divisions, each of eight teams, with two new teams, one each from Adeyfield and Northchurch, but goodbye to Kings Langley Cricket Club (and previously as Chipperfield) in the League, after around 50 years!  See more information in the Handbook (page 24).

See "News" or "Local News" for a fuller introduction.

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Continued Use of (old) Celluloid TT Balls

As per the League AGM, last season, there is NO *requirement* to use new plastic TT balls in the League, as (old) celluloid ones remain Approved by ITTF, so can still be used.  League Rules mean we can use (Approved) celluloid TT balls for the rest of our season.

The new, plastic, TT balls are also valid, but current information seems to be that their quality & durability are not (yet) as good, though Home teams may use them if they wish.


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