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PUBLISHED: 18:08 20 August 2009 | UPDATED: 14:48 03 July 2010

Table Tennis

The new season starts with the Dickie Moore Cup on Thursday September 3 - prompt 7pm start - entries by August 28 to Charles on 720725 or Edna on 667440, entries could be restricted

Players will be informed of the new handicaps.

Table Tennis

The new season starts with the Dickie Moore Cup on Thursday September 3 - prompt 7pm start - entries by August 28 to Charles on 720725 or Edna on 667440, entries could be restricted

Players will be informed of the new handicaps.

Please note the last coaching session at Northgate will be Tuesday, September 1.

The League Cup has been drawn into six groups of three (A-F ) and one of four (G) first matches will be played week beginning September 7. One team from groups A-F and two from group G will qualify for quarter finals.

St John's B v Gorl Cons (A), Hospital A v Kings B (B), Kings D v ENSFC A (C), Caister B v Claydon (D), Hosp St Johns A v Kings Crusaders (E), Kings A v Caister (F), Burrage v Mill Lane (G), BSC v ENSFC B (G).

The following have byes for the first week Kings C, Mill Lane Beacons, Dynamo, Sparks, Police, Telecom.

Second week commences September 14, third week September 21, quarter finals week of September 28. Semi-finals Tuesday, October 6. Final on Thursday, October 8.

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