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Weymouth & District Table Tennis League

Dorset Cadets from Weymouth

Dorset Cadet Players from Weymouth

(L-R – Ella Stanton, Ewan Turner, Edith Dedman, Sam Taylor, Jed Brackenridge)

 Weymouth & District Table Tennis League

Weymouth & District Table Tennis League serves Weymouth, Portland, Dorchester in sunny Dorset. At the present time there are some 30 teams competing in three divisions pproviding a high standard of competitive table tennis. However, it is not all about the league, there is a social table tennis club situated at Preston where there is plenty of opportunities for beginners to come along and see if they like the sport.

If you are visiting on holiday then you are welcome to call any one on the committee and they will be able to point you towards the nearest table tennis club where you will be made very welcome.

The Weymouth & District Table Tennis League itself is affiliated to Table Tennis England

FIXTURES for this season are out!!! See link on right side of the page for your team.

HANDICAP CUP fixtures and results are available from this site. See link in sidebar.

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 Development Secretary's Weekly Report


News Updates

Practice updates and news

Dorset County Cadets

Last Saturday the Dorset County Cadet (under 15) 1st and 2nd teams played their first fixtures of the season.

The 1st team, which included Jess Moggeridge, played at The Grange School in Christchurch. Jess won 4 out of her 6 matches. The full results were

9-1 win against Essex

5-5 draw against Surrey

6-4 win against Middlesex

The 2nd team, including Jed Brackenridge, Edith Dedman and Ella Stanton, played at Haygrove School, Bridgwater. The team also included Bournemouth players Ewan Turner and Sam Taylor. All of the players contributed points in an excellent performance against other counties 1st teams. The full results were

6-4 defeat to Gloucestershire

6-4 win against Somerset

7-3 win against Wiltshire

It was an excellent day for both county teams. It is good to see younger players such as Jed, Ewan and Sam coming through, gaining valuable experience and giving the county optimism for the future. Particularly pleasing is the improved performance of the girls in the 2 squads, showing the value of the extra girl’s squad training that Rowden Fullen has been running in Weymouth.

Dorset County Juniors – October 21st

Good luck to Jamie Blair and Rosa Mckechnie who play for the Dorset County junior team (under 18) next weekend.

Junior Match-play League – October 21st

We kicked off the Junior Match-Play League this week. Congratulations to Ethan Bingham who topped the league after week 1. In the absence of several players at National Junior League etc, we have decided to play the 2nd round next Saturday, October 21st, on the first weekend of the half term holidays.

All players are welcome to join us from 11.30am to 1pm at All Saints School. The competition is played in a ladder format guaranteeing a challenging standard of play for all abilities. New players can come in and join at any time and the coaches will place new players in a sensible position based on the Weymouth coaches recommendation. Players will not be penalised for missing a month.

This competition will also be a new route for players who want to start playing regular table tennis and possibly join our match squads. We will be promoting the competition to new players at schools across Weymouth and Dorchester.

Girls Squad and ‘This Girl Can’

These sessions take place on Wednesday October 18th at the Wey Valley Tennis Centre.

4.30pm – 6.30pm Girls squad – County and NCL teams.

5.30pm – 6.30pm Girls squad – Beginner players.

7pm to 8pm This Girl Can – Fun and games open to all ages and abilities.

Table Tennis England continue to support this practice and each session costs just £1.

New players are very welcome. No booking required.

Table Tennis Coaching Course – Level 1

There is a coaching course starting in November at The Grange School in Christchurch. The course runs over 3 Sundays, November 5th, 26th and December 10th.

It is not too late to sign up. If anyone is interested in joining the coaching staff and prepared to volunteer at one of our coaching sessions, the Weymouth League will help with the course costs. Please contact Andy Millar for further information.

Weymouth League Practice Tops

We will be placing a new order on Tuesday 17th October. If anyone wants one of the new £10 practice tops, please let me know as soon as possible The new range of shirts include an extra small men’s size (35), an option of v-neck for girls and a greater range of colours.

Half Term Holiday

There will be a practice on Saturday October 21st as normal. There will be no further practice during the half term break.

Monday practice resumes on October 30th and Saturday practice on November 4th.



League Tables


League Documents

Handbook 2015-16


Safeguarding and Code of Conduct

Below are contact details of agencies that can provide advice, information and guidance in case of safeguarding/child protection concerns.
Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub - DORSET (MASH)  01202  228866. Email Address: Mon –Thurs 9.00am-5.00pm. Fri: 9.00 -  4.00pm.

If concerns  require immediate  advice outside these hours please contact  the Out of Hours Team  on 01202 657279

Table Tennis England  Child Protection Helpline 07507 860034.

NSPCC  Helpline 0808 800 5000
Raj Lehal,  the WDTTL Welfare Officer  is available for support and advice too,
go to contacts page for details.

Links to policy documents

WDTTL Safeguarding Policy

TTE Safeguarding and Code of Conduct Policy for Players, Coaches and Clubs