With Birmingham hosting the Commonwealth Games this summer, it promises to be an exciting opportunity to get more people (particularly those unrepresented in the sport), seeing and engaging with table tennis.
Richard Ayers has been appointed to the Board of Table Tennis England after an open recruitment process.
Table tennis projects which help to create a lasting legacy of this summer’s Commonwealth Games can benefit from grants up to £2,500 as our Level The Table Grant Scheme reopens today.
British Para Table Tennis Confirmation athlete Grace Williams and Pathway athletes Theo Bishop, Joseph Crouse, Ryan Henry and Shae Thakker will be competing in the sixth European Para Youth Games which are taking place in Pajulahti in Finland from June 30 to July 3.
Junior national champion Anaya Patel has helped a 10-year-old to complete a ‘decathlon’ challenge to raise awareness of the part sport can play in boosting mental health.
Table Tennis England is partnering with Parkinson’s UK to support clubs and groups to welcome people living with the condition into the sport - and is hosting a webinar to provide more information.