• Haddington Festival Competition

    Haddington Festival Competition

    32 Juniors from all over East Lothian took part in this years Haddington Festival Competition. In what proved to be a fantastic night of Table Tennis, the honours were spread around nicely. Most players were playing their first ever competitive table tennis so a massive well done must go to them all. BAND 1 1. Read MoreRead More »
  • We won the People’s Project!

    We won the People’s Project!

    I’m delighted to report that we secured the £50,000 award for our plan to establish TT in schools, community centres, and sheltered housing across East Lothian. Now the hard work continues to purchase and install some 60 tables and associated equipment and to develop the volunteer coaches to run the sessions and to pass on Read MoreRead More »
  • Elise in form at Senior Schools

    Elise in form at Senior Schools

    Elise Hayman, competing at her first Scottish Senior Schools event in Bathgate, finished a fantastic 7th in a strong field of U14 girls. Credit to Elise and a result of lots of hard work on the table at the Corn Exchange.Read More »
  • Haddington 1 in top form

    Haddington 1 in top form

    The top 2 teams in Division 2 met at Ladywood recently as Team 3 of James, Gary and Abby took on title favourites Haddington Table Tennis Club 1. At 3-0 down it looked like a heavy defeat was on the cards but Team 3 fought back and in the end were unlucky not to salvage a point as they fell to a Read MoreRead More »
  • Hannah and Euan excel at Edinburgh Schools

    Hannah and Euan excel at Edinburgh Schools

    Congratulations to Haddington (and Penicuik ) youngsters Hannah McDonnell (Winner) and Euan Mckerron (Runner-Up)  at the recent Edinburgh Schools Championships at Royal High School in Edinburgh.Read More »
  • Had-Fab East Lothian Open

    Had-Fab East Lothian Open

    Colin Green of Penicuik Table Tennis Club followed up his Edinburgh Championship victory by taking the two main prizes at Saturday’s Had-Fab East Lothian Table Tennis Open Tournament. The Melrose-based teacher defeated his clubmate Greig McDonell 3-2 in a tense Band 1 final in the morning. In the afternoon he was a comfortable winner in Read MoreRead More »