Pride of Table Tennis nominations are now open!

The time has come to recognise and honour your volunteers for their valuable, outstanding and often unseen contributions they make to enable our great sport flourish and grow.

Volunteers are the heartbeat of table tennis in England, therefore it is vital we recognise the individuals and organisations who are committed to developing and improving participation and performance in table tennis up and down the country.

This year we are pleased to add the new Lifetime Achievement award. This award recognises a person whose long and distinguished service of an outstanding and exceptional standard, over at least 30 years, has made a real and significant difference to table tennis in a club, league, county or region.

This season is the second year of the two-year awards cycle, meaning clubs and leagues will again honour their volunteers at local level.

There will also be a regional stage of the awards, into which all local nominees will be forwarded, alongside nominations in other key categories.

The national stage of the awards will then feature the full range of Pride of Table Tennis Awards, including those for coaches, officials, clubs, leagues and inclusivity – and of course featuring the Blue Riband Volunteer of the Year and Young Volunteer of the Year, which as with last year’s awards, we will also be including male and female categories.

These will be presented at a gala dinner to be held at the Nationals in Nottingham in March.

If you want to play a key role in choosing the Pride of Table Tennis award winners, then we have just the opportunity. Click here to find out more.