To become the leading club in the Bournemouth and District Table Tennis League, embracing best practice and operating from our own premises.
New Milton Table Tennis Club was established just after the Second World War, but really come to the fore about ten years ago. We achieved the ETTA’s prestigious PremierClubmark accreditation in August 2010 which means that parents may be assured that their children belong to a safer club, and potential members can be assured that the club is well-managed, striving to offer the best in coaching and sports development.
The club was runner-up PremierClubmark Club of the Year nationwide in 2010/2011 and won PremierClubmark Club of the Year for the South East region, also in 2010/2011. In 2012 New Milton Table Tennis Club achieved ability status and was also awarded an ETTA PremierClub 4 star rating by the Sport’s National Governing Body. The club is the second largest in the Bournemouth and District league and entered 10 teams for the 2018/2019 season. The club is represented across all five divisions from the Premier to Division 4.
The club is always looking for new members to play competitively in the league or just for fun. We are an extremely friendly and inclusive club comprising all age groups; newcomers are most welcome, from novices to experienced players. Our main club night is on Sundays at the Grange School and these run throughout the year commencing at 6.30 pm. Players have the use of the club robot to practice routines.
Home League matches are played at Mudeford Wood Community Centre in Pipers Drive on Monday evenings and the Grange School on Thursday evenings.
President: Bob Fagan
Chair: Shaun Newcomb (Phone: 01425 613190)
Secretary: Bev Scott-Johns (Phone: 01425 619552)
Treasurer: Chris Pusey (Phone: 01425 674095)
Development Officer: Shaun Newcomb (Phone: 01425 613190)
Other Committee members: Lynn Willrich, David Cuddon, Sylvia Smith, Andrew Stainton and John Parkhouse.
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