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© 2008-2017 Cippenham Table Tennis Club

Created by Graham Trimming

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one of England’s leading table tennis clubs

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Members’ Area

Weekday Calendar

The final tally of members for the year ended 31 August 2013 was 140, making Cippenham one of the largest table tennis clubs in the country. Membership is open to anyone who wants to play table tennis, young and old, beginners to champions. The membership year runs from 1 September to 31 August and costs just £18 with 50% concessions for students and those aged 60 plus.

Membership

Practice tables are available Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:30 pm

 

Download your membership form, rules  and table of fees here

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Coaching

The coaching scheme at Cippenham Table Tennis Club is one of the most successful in the country, having produced a number of national champions over the past few years, especially in the younger age groups. All coaching sessions are led by ETTA-approved and qualified coaches who have clean Criminal Records Bureau checks.

Youngsters start as young as five years of age - so long as they can see over the table and have some coordination!

The Cippenham coaching scheme is part of the ETTA PremierClub scheme operating at Excellence, Advanced and Participation levels with feeder schools at Introductory level.

Head Coach Ken Phillips has twice been presented with the English Table Tennis Association Male Coach of the Year Award (1999; 2000) and in February 2001 received the highest possible accolade with the National Coaching Foundation England Coach of the Year (2000) Award in the category Local Volunteer Coach in an Individual Sport (photo above).

Further award came the Club's way in 2001 and 2008 when Sue Hayes was presented with the ETTA Female Coach of the Year Award, in 2007 when Jan Chapman received the same honour and in 2008 when Stephanie Mitchell was Young Coach of the Year.

For the weekly schedule, please see the weekday calendar (opposite).

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Head Coach Ken Phillips receives the National Coaching Federation Coach of the Year award for 2000 from Tessa Sanderson

Grand Prix

Description

A weekly event on Tuesday evenings with points awarded each week. The points are then aggregated over the six week period of the Grand Prix to determine the overall winner.

Eligibility

All members of the Club and even non-members are welcome to play. The events is especially suitable for new members gaining their first experience of competitive table tennis but in a relaxed environment.

Awards

Medals awarded to the top three players in each Grand Prix series.

Cost of playing

No additional cost – just your normal evening practice fee.

Format of the evening

No need to book – just turn up on the evening by 7:40 pm.

Registration and draw at 7:40 pm.

Event starts at 7:50 pm and scheduled to finish by 10:00 pm.

Players score games in which they are playing (just as you do in practice).

Management of the event by the Duty Officer

 

Previous points tables

Club members are able to buy kit in Club colours and all manner of other table tennis equipment from the Club’s equipment sponsors Tees Sport. Please contact the Club’s agent, Sue Hayes, whose details can be found in the Contacts page.

Club Kit and Equipment

Each year the Club Championship are run at the end of the season on weekday evenings.

Club Championships

Awards

Each year the Club honours members with the Outstanding Contribution Award and Player of the Year awards.

Sunjay Thakker presented with the Outstanding Contribution Award for 2016-176

Child Protection

Naturally, the Club takes very seriously its responsibilities for the protection of children and vulnerable adults. The Club has a full and comprehensive Child Protection Policy that can be downloaded (see below). Any cause for concern, please first speak to the Club’s Welfare Office, Sue Hayes, whose details can be found in the Contacts page.

Current points table

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