Each year Table Tennis England run a number of National competitions that is open to every English table tennis league.
This year, Watford league entered teams for the Carter Cup (Juniors) and the Wilmott Cup (Seniors).
In Division 1, Alan Thomas (Herts Abbots ‘B’) Andy Millar (Jets Gazelles), Anthony Close (Jets Hounds) and Andrew Meisel (Watling ‘C’) won all 3 singles as Herts Abbots remain at the top of the table.
In the Premier league, 3 singles wins for Sammy Kaye (Watling ‘A’), Vasile Spinul (Jets Aardvarks) Lukas Singer-Davies (Jets Falcons)and Carl Breindel (Jets Eagles). Jets Aardvarks retain the top spot in the Division.
In the Premier league, 3 more singles wins for Sammy Kaye (Watling ‘A’) and Ken Stonebridge (Herts Abbots ‘A’) as Watling ‘A’ and Jets Aardvarks retain the top 2 places in the Division.
The week 3 matches have now been played and results are now in:
In Division 1, Russell Davies (Herts Abbots ‘B’) and Andy Millar (Jets Gazelles) both won all 3 singles, but despite losing their match, Jets Iguanas remain in top spot.
The week 2 matches have now been played and results are now in:
In Division 2, 3 singles wins each for Ben Babcock (Jets Ospreys) and Peter Denholm (Jets Kangaroos).Jets Kangaroos are narrowly leading the table, but Jets Kangaroos have a game in hand…
Watford league enters a new season, 79 years since it was first launched, making it one of the most long-standing leagues in the country.
Welcome to all new players, we hope you have an enjoyable season. The week 1 results are now in:
The fixtures for the new season have now been published.
Please use the filters on the right hand side of the 'Fixtures and Results' menu to see your teams fixtures.
Matches played at Queens School:
All tables must be put away and the premises vacated by 10.30pm
Saturday 7th May from 7.30pm at West Herts Sports Club.
Please attend to support your Table Tennis league.
Awards for all League Winners and Runners-up, Divisional Winners and Runners-up and Tournament Winners and runners-up
Special thanks to all the umpires, Stuart Seaholme for running the tournament whilst playing, and Sally Bax and Jackie Channell, who laid on food and hot drinks despite also playing in 2 finals each.