Tag: william

William is top in Cirencester

William had another great tournament at the Cirencester 1* on Sunday the 26th February, where he played in the U11s and U13s. In the U11s, he managed to take on the opposition without many problems in the first two rounds. In the last round, he played against two fierce competitors, the[Read More…]

Waterside 1 star

The birth of a new and exciting Olympic year is now firmly upon us and it was refreshing to witness the young blood and possible future 2020 Olympians carving out their own unique stamp on the Butterfly plywood. A total of seventy young players from eight different counties enjoyed plenty[Read More…]

William in fine form

William, one of promising Waterside’s juniors, enjoyed a great weekend of table tennis during the Waterside 1-star tournament that was held on 7-8 January 2012. William played a marathon of matches, taking part in all four categories for boys: U11, U13, Cadets and Juniors. At the end of Sunday, he[Read More…]

National Cadet League – round 1

And the National Cadet League (NCL) season has started. This year, twelve teams, divided into three divisions, started the competition at Waterside. Youngsters of clubs from Southampton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Winchester displayed high quality tabletennis skills. Waterside TTC was represented by two teams. The “A” team with Max, Artur and[Read More…]

Waterside TTC at the Regional Training

Waterside at the Regional Training Day

Amy, William and Artur were WTTC’s presence at the Regional Training Day organised jointly by ETTA’s South and South West regions. Amy, despite her young age, is already a veteran on such training days. However, for William and Artur, this was a new experience that they enjoyed very much. The quality[Read More…]

Cadet League

James, William and Artur are for sure Waterside’s youngest ever team and are playing in the National Cadet League (NCL). They have already played three rounds in the league against teams from Bournemouth Winchester and Portsmouth, who have players a fair bit older than themselves. Although the standards of players[Read More…]