|Andrew Banks||St Martins B St Martins B||11-4 9-11 6-11 8-11||-1||Loss|
|Charlie Burford||St Martins B St Martins B||9-11 9-11 6-11||0||Loss|
|Janet Hunt||St Martins B St Martins B||11-6 11-3 8-11 12-10||+9||Win|
|Anthony Green||Fhwmc C Fhwmc C||9-11 11-6 11-6 11-4||+2||Win|
|Mark Osborne||Fhwmc C Fhwmc C||8-11 6-11 5-11||-2||Loss|
|Christopher Osborne||Fhwmc C Fhwmc C||11-5 11-2 11-13 11-9||+2||Win|
|Robin Barton||Lost Echo Lost Echo||11-0 11-9 11-6||+2||Win|
|Ryan Field||Lost Echo Lost Echo||11-13 9-11 7-11||-1||Loss|
|Ewan Gear||Lost Echo Lost Echo||11-4 11-7 11-5||+3||Win|
|Brian Genever||Non Blondes Non Blondes||7-11 10-12 10-12||0||Loss|
|Gaz Long||Non Blondes Non Blondes||11-5 11-3 10-12 11-6||+3||Win|
|Mark Jefferies||Non Blondes Non Blondes||11-8 5-11 13-11 11-5||+7||Win|
|Paul Davies||Upton Lions U Lions||8-11 3-11 6-11||-1||Loss|
|Roger Davies||Upton Lions U Lions||12-10 11-13 7-11 7-11||-1||Loss|
|David Bradley||Upton Lions U Lions||5-11 3-11 11-5 7-11||-1||Loss|
|Richard Hawking||Worcester H Worcester H||9-11 6-11 4-11||0||Loss|
|Malcolm Box||Worcester H Worcester H||14-12 2-11 6-11 5-11||0||Loss|
|Phil Newport||Worcester H Worcester H||11-4 11-9 11-6||+3||Win|
|Andrew Banks||St Martins B St Martins B||5-11 10-12 8-11||0||Loss|
|Charlie Burford||St Martins B St Martins B||9-11 10-12 11-9 7-11||0||Loss|
|Janet Hunt||St Martins B St Martins B||11-9 11-5 11-5||+9||Win|
|Ken Oliver||Fhwmc C Fhwmc C||8-11 12-10 6-11 6-11||-1||Loss|
|David Stevens||Fhwmc C Fhwmc C||11-13 11-9 11-7 11-8||+5||Win|
|Mark Osborne||Fhwmc C Fhwmc C||11-13 4-11 4-11||-1||Loss|
|Alex Isaacs||Lost Echo Lost Echo||9-11 11-9 11-9 11-7||+4||Win|
|Ryan Field||Lost Echo Lost Echo||10-12 8-11 7-11||-1||Loss|
|David Hull-Blanshard||Lost Echo Lost Echo||13-15 9-11 11-13||-2||Loss|
The Worcester Table Tennis League was formed in September 1932, making season 2011-12, the Leagues 80th Anniversary year.
In 1932 the League started with 9 teams and was so popular that the following season it was extended to two divisions to cater for 18 teams.
It wasn't long before table tennis really got a hold on the sporting life of the city and inter-league matches were organised with other midland clubs and exhibition matches were staged at the Shirehall and the Public Hall with international players Victor Barna and Richard Bergmann being the star attractions.
80 Years later the League is still going strong with support from League members.
David Brown (TT365 Membership Manager Administrator)