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Table tennis awards night

PUBLISHED: 11:27 04 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:04 03 July 2010

THE annual meeting of the Great Yarmouth and District Table Tennis League was held at Northgate Social Club.

An address from chairman Albert Cadmore was read to members by the general secretary Jerry Walker.

THE annual meeting of the Great Yarmouth and District Table Tennis League was held at Northgate Social Club.

An address from chairman Albert Cadmore was read to members by the general secretary Jerry Walker.

Tournament officer Charles Hacon gave a report of all of the events held during the season, which, apart from the first division singles event, had been well supported. Edna Fletcher had attended Kings Church Centre to present prizes to their successful players and a report of this was published on the league's website.

Burrage were winners of the league's first division and Kings Church B took the honours in the second.

A new name was inscribed on the Singles Cup when Ryan Moore beat Paul Wright Jnr in the final.

Several juniors have found teams in the divisions. Any team wishing to enter the league for the coming season will be very welcome. Contact 852822 for entry forms.

President Edna Fletcher presented trophies and reminded players that coaching would start at Northgate on Tuesday, June 2 at 7pm and that special sessions will be held during the summer holidays at East Norfolk Sixth Form College.

The annual friendly match against Lowestoft will be held at the Waveney Centre in Lowestoft on Thursday, June 11.

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