Sat & Sun 10am-1pm
Chulmleigh Sports Centre
Table Tennis has been an Olympic sport since 1988, it is suitable for the able-bodied and persons with disabilities. It is one of the fastest sports in the world and is enjoyed by around 300 million players of all ages and abilities.
Come and join us at the Chulmleigh Sports Centre Fridays 7pm - 9pm and Saturdays 10am - 11.30am. All abilities welcome.
Sessions are £2 per person, all equipment is provided - non marking shoes please.
Free coaching and use of club 'robot'.
CTTC train on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings at the Chulmleigh Sports Centre.
All ages and abilities welcomed.
Kevin Davies (Coach & Secretary) Peter Older (Chairman)
01769 581416 01769 580028
07963 091 949 Email Peter
Chulmleigh concluded another successful season In the North Devon Table Tennis League. Chulmleigh B retained their 2nd Division title. After 22 games with 19 victories, 2 draws and one single defeat they cannot be overhauled with two games remaining. Pictured below is Dave Gray (George Nympton) Harry Collins (Dolton) Shaun Clarke (Chulmleigh) and captain Gerard O'Boyle.
Chulmleigh's 3rd Division team, the Chulmleigh Chiefs, was narrowly defeated in the final of the annual handicapped Ramsey Trophy competition at Monkleigh Village Hall. The winning team, Holsworthy A, comprised Dave Salisbury, Owen Salisbury and Nathan Jukes.
The Chiefs team consisted of Joey Butt, Trevor Reynolds and Andrew 'Apple' Suliauskas who had fought their way past Littleham, Holsworthy B, Chulmleigh A and Spin Doctors to reach the final.
CTTC has gone from strength to strength since its inception 5 years ago and now has three teams in the North Devon League. Club night runs every Friday at Chulmleigh Sports Centre from 7pm until 9pm at which members pay £2 each to enjoy friendly competition, use of the club robot and instruction from the Club Coach, Kevin Davies.
New players are always welcome; just turn up or ring Kevin on 01769 581416/ 581765.
Chulmleigh Table Tennis Club recently held their first Junior Challenge Match for the younger members of the club.
The players ages from 10 to 17 years, competed off scratch in a Round Robin competition before the group winners and seconds played each other.
Harry Elson won the new Challenge Cup in a fast and exciting best of five final with James Butler 11-8, 15-13, 11-3.
Charles Suliauskas beat Freddie Davies in a best of three play-off for the Bronze Medal 7-11, 15-13, 11-3.
All the lads played with determination and the spectators were treated to some amazingly skilful and tactical games. Club coach Kevin Davies said the new Junior Challenge has been a hugely valuable exercise, not only to encourage our young talent but also to allow me to see their strengths and where they can be helped to play better.
left to right - Shaun Clarke, Dave Gray, Gerard O'Boyle, Kevin 'Rocky' Avery, Kevin Davies (Captain).
left to right - Pete White, Chris Hanford, Paul King (Captain), Jon Taylor.