Rob Rhodes

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PTTC Club champs 2013

Hi Folks, that time of year again. Our club champs season starts soon. Read on for the champs days and times

Handicap Champs on Monday 25th November start time 7.30pm open to Juniors and Seniors

Junior Champs on Monday 2nd December start 6.30pm (will complete the following week if needed)

Senior Champs on Monday 9th December start 7.30pm (will complete following week if needed) Open to Juniors as well

Doubles Champs Monday 16th December start time 7.30pm

Normal weekly fees apply for all champs no extra cost incurred…. Good luck and enjoy everyone…..

Open Evenings July 8th and July 15th

Our new host venue has kindly allowed the club to run two consecutive club nights from 6-10pm to help promote PTTC ahead of its re-launch and new venue in September. PTTC will be distributing flyers and info to pupils at Clayton Hall Business and Language College and its partner school NCHS in an effort to attract new members for the re-launch in September. Current members juniors and seniors are urged to support these two weeks in an effort to showcase the excellent coaching/players/people associated with Penkhull TTC.

yours in sport
rrhodes
Chairman PTTC

Exciting times ahead

Penkhull table tennis will be moving venues from September to Clayton Hall Business and Language College, based on Clayton lane (entrance via the bottom gate/Clayton Lane) Post code ST53DN. The venue is bigger than our current space and should also see many new school club links created.

STONE League Open Championships

The ever popular Stone League end of season championships are to be held again at Penkhull on Wednesday 24th April.
Should any registered Penkhull player wish to play their is two events to enter. The singles open championships (often starts in groups then K.O Stages after and the handicap K.O competition. In recent years we have 20+ plus players attend with a good turn out from Penkhull. If you wish to enter please email
Rob Rhodes.
robertlrhodes@hotmail.co.uk
to express an interest in playing. As its an open championships players who have not played in the Stone League are ALLOWED to enter and play.

Stone Handicap Winners

It appears not to be outdone by their Potteries League Counterparts another Penkhull team appeared in the stone league handicap final for the third straight year (albeit Penkhull B won 2011/12, Penkhull A where runners up 2010/11) Thanks to early wins: Prelim Rnd Rhodes/Sims/Barber drew 4 half each with Tennis B but progressed on the away team rule, Rhodes/Preece/Barnish beat Titt A in the quarters then Rhodes/Barnish/Barber beat Tennis A in the semi finals. The final was won 5 half 3 half with the team of R.Rhodes/N.Sims/K.Barber beating off the challenge of Alchemists to take the title and keep it with Penkhull for another year. Great effort in all rounds from all who contributed thanks folks.

Bradwell Handicap Winners

Penkhull D where winners of this years Bradwell Handicap competition. Captain Ash Turner led the team with other junior Will Pugh and Matthew Willougbhy providing silver wear comes to Penkhull in its last season at St peters