The Wolds Table Tennis Club held its winter awards evening at the Rodney Hotel, Horncastle recently.
Thirty guests and friends of the Belchford-based club attended with a variety of prizes being handed out for club competitions played in both November and December.
Premiership Singles: winner, Paul Emmerson; runner-up, Nigel Devereux
Championship Singles: winner, Doug Rodwell; runner-up, Brian Gilliland
League One Singles: winner, Ryan Hinson; runner-up, Karen Ward
Premiership Doubles: winners, Mick Cox/Derek Elmhirst; runners-up, Steve Mason/Mike Wade
Championship Doubles: winners, Brian Gilliland/Ryan Hinson; runners-up, Mary Silverton/Doug Rodwell
Most Improved Player of 2013: 1 Karen Ward, 2 Ryan Hinson, 3 Lesley Devereux
The WTTC’s prestigious Triples League has just got underway and runs until the end of May. Five teams will be battling it out in a series of singles and doubles matches to lift the club’s most coveted competition award.
The Wolds Table Tennis Club has between 35-40 regular players and puts on three sessions every week for players of all standards, ranging from improvers to former county league and ex-youth international players.
The club does not accept absolute beginners or current league players.
The emphasis is very much on a great social night out with the added spice of a bit of competitive table tennis.
For more information and membership details either go to http://woldstabletennis.webs.com/; call 01507 527876; or email email@example.com
Pictured is Ryan Hinson (left) and Brian Gilliland had a 100 per cent record in winning the Championship Doubles at the Wolds Table Tennis Club. Ryan also won the League One Singles, with Brian finishing runner-up in the Championship Singles.