|Mon 28th Jan 2019 - James George wins the Junior Singles for the 5th time.|
The final of the 2019 junior championship was between the Bucks County under 18 number 2 (James George from TTTC) and (name withheld to comply with GDPR) the County number 3 in the rankings.
James won 11-7 in the 5th set to take the Juniors Title for the fifth time in a row.
|Thu 10th May 2018 - GDPR Compliance|
Tring Table Tennis Club have reviewed this website in order to comply with the EU GDPR law on on data protection that came into effect on 25 May 2018.
The following is issued by the Aylesbury & District Table Tennis League:
The new Data Protection legislation due to come in to force on May 25th will affect all of us in table tennis community according to advice received from Table Tennis England. That advice has included a batch of documents explaining the situation and suggesting solutions (see TTE website). The League Committee met last night to discuss the issues and it was decided that the League would conduct the registration process for the new season using forms that would satisfy the new requirements both for the League and the Clubs. In the meantime the League will issue a Data Protection Policy statement to coincide with the changeover.
|Tue 27th Mar 2018 - JP Yoxall wins handicap singles|
JP won the
Aylesbury League handicap singles last night comprehensively beating Tony Greenham in the Final.
This was out of 31 entries.
|Sat 10th Mar 2018 - National Champions!|
Greenway Primary & Nursery School are National Champions in the Butterfly National Schools Championship at Under 11. Congratulations not only to our two juniors, Gabriella Tonev and Aliya Power, but two the other two members of the team as well.
|Mon 5th Feb 2018 - Tring Juniors also shine in the Butterfly National Schools competition|
Two juniors, Gabriella Tonev and Aliya Power, who attend the Monday coaching sessions run by the Tring Table Tennis Club. are part of a Table Tennis team of four for their school, Greenway Primary & Nursery School, Berkhamsted. They are entered, for their age group, in the Butterfly
National Schools competition under the auspices of the English Schools Table Tennis Association [ESTTA].
They have won through three previous rounds, and on Saturday 3 February they won the regional round at Bristol to qualify for the National finals to be held at Hinkley Leisure Centre, Leicestershire on 10 March 2018.
TTC and ADTTL wish Gabriella and Aliya the best of luck on that day – and also extend it to the other two members of the team as well.
|Sun 4th Feb 2018 - Tring players win all three cups at the ADTTL Junior and Cadet Championships |
From an original entry of 30 youngsters across The Aylesbury Vale, this year’s Junior and Riddell Cadet Championships proved to be an enthralling evening at Quarrendon and Meadowcroft Community Association on 31 January.
The Cadets provided the largest entry with 25 with last year’s champion, Alex Wood, now too old and only being able to contest the Junior Title this year. His Tring clubmate, Alfie Lyons, was the undoubted favourite having missed last year’s competition. The potential amongst the younger combatants was exciting to see with 7 groups playing round robin games to determine which two could proceed to the knockout stage. The Tring Club had the strength with John Paul Yoxall and Alfie moving smoothly into the final. All the other knockout players will improve for future years with Oscar Hofhansl, Maxim Plumridge, Jonny Webb, Valentino Wright, Jaydon Hedges and Luke Riley all impressive. It was also exciting to see three girls competing at this level, with Gabriella Tonev, Aliya Power and Marlie Gregory to the fore.
Alfie faced John Paul in the final and proved to be too strong with a three set win to take his first Riddell Cadet Title.
In the Junior event Alfie was also very strong eclipsing Marlie and Alex Wood to reach the final where he faced Tring's James George for the second year running. James had warmed up with testing encounters against Oscar and John Paul. In the final Alfie raced into an 8-2 lead tempting us to think that he might do the double. James remained cool and fought back just losing 11-9. He was again behind in the second set but caught Alfie on deuce and then eased through 12-10. It was an exciting attacking match up and James changed his game to put Alfie under pressure when trying to put his shots away. James managed to take the next two sets 5 and 8 to take his 4th Junior Title in succession. The final was as good as will be on show in the Seniors Tournament and both boys are congratulated on giving us a brilliant display of modern table tennis.
We held one Consolation event for the Cadets with James Passmore, also of Tring TTC, beating Bowden Plumridge 11/7,10/12,11/3.
|Sun 19th Mar 2017 - Tring D are champions of Division 3|
With one match in hand, it is congratulations to Tring D who have been confirmed as Champions of Division 3 this season.
|Thu 9th Mar 2017 - Alex Wood wins the Riddell Trophy|
Alex Wood is the new holder of the Riddell Trophy for U15 players in the ADTTL league. By doing this he is keeping up a Tring Table Tennis Club tradition. Alex beat Oscar Hofhansel from Bierton TTC, in a
thrilling final,13 – 11 in the fifth leg.
There were 18 entrants into the Championship held at the Quarrendon Centre last night.
TTC also has to complement Alfie Lyons who would have been one of the favourites for the title. He played for his team (Tring B) who had players out on injury. They are in the promotion race and he played so Tring B did not lose points.
|Thu 9th Feb 2017 - James continues to hold onto his Junior title|
In the ADTTL Annual Junior (Under 18) Competition final on Wednesday 8 February James George held onto his Junior title for the 3rd consecutive year.
The final was between James and fellow Tring Table Tennis club member Alfie Lyons with James winning in three straight sets.
Tring TTC dominated these finals with Jean- Paul Yoxall, also from Tring, in the semi finals.
|Wed 9th Mar 2016 - James George also retains the Aylesbury U18 Junior Title|
In the Junior Championship James George also retained the Aylesbury Junior [U18] title as well as the U15 trophy he won again last week.
However he won this time only after two monumental struggles. Alfie Lyons [also of Tring TTC] took the first two legs off him in the semi final and was not far from a clean sweep before James got things under control, according the the Secretary of the Aylesbury League. In the final James beat Josh Edworthy in 5 sets.
|Thu 25th Feb 2016 - James retains his Cadet title|
In the Steve Riddell Cadet Championship (U15) that took place this week at the Quarrendon Community Centre, James George retained the title he first won last year.
This year he won beating a fellow club member, Ted Holland, in the final 11-8 11-4 11-9.
|Wed 11th Feb 2015 - James is a double champion|
The junior (U18) and cadet (U15) table tennis events took place this week at Quarrendon Community Centre with a fresh group of youngsters eager to make a name for themselves.
The U15 group were playing for the Riddell Trophy, presented by Helen Riddell, for emerging youngsters in memory of Helen's husband, Steve Riddell. This year saw 10 youngsters take part in the competitions with James George (Tring), Tom Ludlow (Quarrendon) and James Massa (Aylesbury Sports) entering both events. ln the cadets, George and Massa progressed to the semi-ﬁnals where they faced Tring duo Douglas Claridge-Hansen and Alﬁe Lyons. Douglas ran James George close but came up just short, while Massa defeated newcomer Alﬁe. ln the ﬁnal, the left-handed James George proved too good for Massa, winning in three straight sets to take the title.
The junior event presented the best of Aylesbury and District’s young players and some good attacking play brought Josh Edworthy (Sports) up against his team-mate Ethan Luck in the quarter-ﬁnals. In the three other quarter-ﬁnal ties, William Claridge-Hansen (Tring) faced team-mate Jed Thirkettle, Dom Palmigiano (Sports) took on James Massa and James George played Tom Ludlow. Josh and Dom then met in the semi-ﬁnals, as did Jed and James. The quality of competition increased with every round and it was Josh and James who won through their matches. The ﬁnal was a see-saw affair with Josh taking a 2-1 lead, only to see James come ﬁghting back and win the last two sets to claim the junior title to add to his earlier success.
|Thu 15th May 2014 - 2013/14 season success|
Of the 4 teams entered in the Aylesbury and District Table Tennis league for the season 2013/2104 two achieved promotion having won their respective divisions.
TRING B won Division 2 having gone through the season without losing a game. They have won promotion to Division 1.
TRING D won Division 3 also having gone through the season without losing a game. This gives the club the opportunity to ensure some of the better Junior players can play in Division 2 and hopefully allows for the formation of another team of players in Division 3.
|Thu 15th May 2014 - 2014 AGM|
The Annual General Meeting of the Club will be on Tuesday 8 July at 8.00pm at Stocks Country Club in Aldbury. All are welcome. At this there will be a discussion of the proposal to form another team.
|Wed 5th Feb 2014 - The Under 18 Closed Championships - 2014|
The League is hoping a few of the Juniors will enter the Under 18 Closed Championships on Friday 7th March 2014 (starts at 5:40pm). It is at Elmhurst. This would be up to you to organise your son/daughter to/from the venue. The Junior Championship is just one event. Numbers permitting they try to run it with groups to start with then a main knockout coupled with a consolation knockout for group losers. In other words the aim is that everyone gets at least 3 games. There is no entry charge.
I attach the form for you to fill and return directly to Brian Whitehead the ADTTL league secretary – his email address is on the form but he is also copied.
Under 18 on 31 Dec 2013 means it is open to those age 17 or under on that day.
Closing date for entries is Mon 3rd March 2014
|Wed 5th Feb 2014 - The Senior and Veteran Championships - 2014|
The main championships are also taking place shortly with the Senior & Veteran Championships which are at Stoke Stadium this time on Sunday March 2nd. This is for ALL including the juniors. Changes in the events this year mean there are no women only events (Brian does apologise Georgina.) The events are Open Singles, Open Doubles, Handicap Singles, Veteran (over 40) Singles, Super Veteran (over 55) Singles, Div One Singles, Div Two Singles, Div Three Singles. Events will not be staged if there are less than 6 entries. Once again the form is attached.
Last year Tring had a winner in the handicap singles with Matt George taking the title and Ant McCormack was the runner up in the Division 2 singles.
Closing date Mon 17th February 2014
|Sun 21st Jul 2013 - 2013 AGM|
Is at Stocks in Aldbury at 7:30 on Wednesday 24th July.
|Mon 15th Nov 2010 - Bucks U13s champion|
Aaron Taylor of Tring Table Tennis Club battled his way through to victory in the Bucks County U13s championship on Saturday 13th November at Cippenham TTC. Aaron is still only 11 years old. This included a hard fought semi final victory against the number 1 seed and a thrilling 4 set final. Robert Batchelor was the losing finalist and at only 10 years old he's another great prospect. Well done to Aaron.