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Held for the First Time between the Four Affiliated County Leagues

Dorset County Inter-league Competition, held at Child Okeford Village Hall, Sunday 20th May

Unfortunately only three leagues werte able to get a team together; Weymouth; Blackmore Vale; Bournemouth.

An enjoyable event by all those that took part, with the overall result below

Winners=Weymouth League, with 42 points, then Blackmore Vale with 30 points, and Bournemouth 3rd with 14 points

To all Dorset County League & Club Secretaries


Data Protection Guidance
Guidance for clubs, leagues and counties on the new General Data Protection Regulation


Hello Everyone,


GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It outlines the privacy rights of every EU citizen and the ways in which an individual’s ‘Personal Data’ can and can’t be used.


Personal data is information about an individual such as name, address, phone number etc. and includes special categories of personal data including one’s race, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation.


The EU will be enforcing these laws across the 28 member states from May 25th 2018.


Click on the attachments below for more guidance on how this is likely to affect your club, league or county.


Also click here to visit the Sport & Recreation Alliance online GDPR toolkit: follow the link Link.

Attachments :- Total Attachments: 8

A Guide to GDPR for Clubs and Leagues

A Guide to the Principles and Background to GDPR

A GDPR presentation for Clubs and Leagues

Guidance on Subject Access Requests


Data Time Period, for Clubs & Leagues

Template Data Privacy Policy

Template Membership Renewal application form

Data Audit Template for Clubs & Leagues






Table tennis ace Sophie Barcsai claims national title

From left, Mike Smith (Table Tennis England board member), Sophie Barcsai, Ryan Jenkins (Butterfly ambassador), Maliha Baig, Kate Watkinson, Connie Dumelow (Connie and Kate were beaten semi-finalists) (Picture: Ted Cottrell)

POOLE'S Sophie Barcsai won the under-11 girls' title at the English Schools' Table Tennis Championship in Wolverhampton.

The nine-year-old took the title thanks to a 3-2 win over top seed Maliha Baig in a high-quality final.

The Dorset ace's semi-final clash saw her battle back from 2-0 down against Kate Watkinson to win a tight encounter 3-2.

Barcsai, said: "I wasn't sure I could win but all the support from people helped me. It's the best thing I've won."

Youngster Barcsai claimed bronze at the event last year and still has two campaigns remaining at her present age group.

She also won gold and bronze at the Primary Schools' international in Scotland.

She remained unbeaten in the team event, leading England to victories over Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Guernsey.

In the singles, she was the best England girl, reaching the semi-final and winning bronze.


Schools Under 11s Individuals
April 2018.

Cadet National Cup.


"Dorset Echo"; Cadet National Cup Preview & Report

Cadet National Cup


Hello Everyone,


Report taken from the Weymouth edition of the ' Dorset Echo '


Table Tennis: Jess Moggeridge earns three wins in National Cup


Neil Walton @EchosportNeil;Sports Reporter


BATTLER: Jess Moggeridge fought off illness to win three matches


JESS Moggeridge competed in the under-12s National Cup in Grantham, Lincolnshire, and after a disappointing first day, bounced back to impress on the second.


The National Cup is a round-robin competition played between the top-10 players in the country at the under-12 and under-15 (cadet) age groups, and the quality of the players on show was high.


Unfortunately illness affected the Budmouth School pupil early on, but she battled through and completed all of her matches.


Despite some really close legs, including a 17-15 reverse, Moggeridge went on to lose all five matches. This included an entertaining 3-1 defeat to eventual runner-up Bethany Ellis and also a 3-1 defeat to highly-rated Katie Bates.


Her second day started with a 3-0 defeat to the top seed from Nottingham, Anna Green, but already Moggeridge was looking more confident than the day before.


This showed in the next match against Annelise Williams in which the Weymouth youngster only dropped four points in a 11-1, 11-2, 11-1 win.


Two more wins followed against Kate Watkinson and Sophie Richardson as Moggeridge finished the second day with three victories out of four and an overall eighth-placed finish.


Green and twin, Connor, won the under-12 titles, while Amirul Hussain from Oldham and Ruby Chan of Harrogate took the boys’ and girls’ cadet titles respectively.


Hello Everyone,


Jess Moggeridge is Dorsets sole representative this weekend at the under 12/cadet national Cup in Grantham for the top 10 ranked national players at each age group.

See "Dorset Echo" Preview 'pdf'above; Andy Miller

South West Regional's; Qualifications.


Hello Everyone,


Hot off the press. Both Logan Macey and Felix West have qualified, in 3rd and 4th place, for the South West in today's tournament in Plymouth in the Under 11 age category.

They will be part of the South West team at the Nationals at Cosford, Wolverhamton in May

12th/13th May at RAF Codford in Wolverhampton for Inter Regional Finals

Regards; Simon Heaps : M/07710 354640 :simon@simonheaps.com


To all Dorset County League Secretaries

It is your Dorset County Committee's wish that your league should look to adopt most or all of the Active Dorset Safeguarding Adults Documents below, as a matter of course.

See County Website :- "County Welfare" & "County News" pages.

Signed:- G.White, County Welfare Officer. 06.07.17

TTE National Championships.


Matt Ware Qualification, English Championships.


Hello Everyone,


Happy to let everyone know of Matt's Qualification for the World Championships of Ping Ping for the fourth year running by winning the English closed today, 07.01.18.


This next bit reported by Matt's Father; Geoff Ware.


Matt missed the AFCB match against Wigan ( I had bought him a ticket) as he was too late and getting very little sleep that night decided to GO AHEAD and try to qualify for the World Championships of Table Tennis on Sunday 7th January (England hard bat qualifier in Batts Essex).

Not only did he get there and play being jet lagged with little sleep, Matt actually WON the event and has qualified with Chris Doran and Andrew Baggaley to represent England at the WCPP event in Alexandra Palace on Saturday?Sunday 27th/28th of January being televised on Sky Sports! (This will be the 4th year consecutively he has qualified)..........so you are all most welcome to come along and support him if you can that weekend.


Make sure you tune in to watch the Championships live on Sky Sports at Alexandra Palace on the 27/28 of January.


Also taking part were:- Finn Morgan-Bayliss; Ali Malloch; & Kai Major, but unfortunately neither Ali nor Kai got through their Group Stages.


The following "pdf's" are provided by Dean Morgan; Images taken from Facebook postings.

No Image of Kai Major available at present.

English Closed Championships.

English Closed Results.

English Closed KO Rounds.

Matt Ware @ English Championships.

Matt Ware's Achievement Certificate.

Matt Ware @ WCPP; Batts TTC.

Finn Morgan-Bayliss, at English Championships.

Ali Malloch @ English Championships.

TTE Documents.

Current List Of Suspensions 2017.


Table Tennis England has released an updated list of coaches and players who are currently suspended.

It includes the date and length of suspension, whether they are also suspended from coaching activities and their last known county.

The list was formerly circulated to national councillors and league secretaries every quarter, but it is felt more appropriate for all clubs, leagues and members to be able to more readily access the information to ensure they do not deploy coaches who are suspended.

Lists will no longer be circulated and will only be available online.



Obituary to Linda Hales.

TTE Membership fees for 2017/18 announced.

Following approval at the AGM, Player Membership will cost :- £14 for Seniors and £7 for Cadets or Juniors.

Player Licence will be :- £36 for Seniors and £18 for Cadets or Juniors.

Associate Membership will continue to be free of charge.

Everyone who held an Associate Membership last season will be automatically renewed for 2017/18.

Associate members are not eligible to play competitive table tennis, but can play at their clubs or socially.

More information about membership will be released in the coming days.

Author: Jamie Gordon Publish date: July 10, 2017, taken from the TTE Website.

COUNTY AGM 2016-17

Will Take Place on
Thursday 6th July 2017
At the
Frank Reynolds Community Centre,
Dorchester Road, Upwey,
Weymouth, DT3 5BY
starting at 19.30hrs.

Please notify Reinhard Lindner (Secretary) of availability at :- secretary.mertonttc@talktalk.net.

Directions To:
Frank Reynolds Community Centre


TTE Coaching Level 3.

UKCC Level 3 Coaching Award Now Open For Applicants: The deadline for applications is August 30th 2017 with the course due to commence on November 11th and 12th 2018 at the University of Gloucestershire. Information should be on TTE website but If anyone needs more information direct them to Aled Howell.

LL Fund Poster.

Table Tennis A5.

Be TT Club and League Developement.

Dorset 'Echo' Newspaper Report.

Table tennis: Moggeridge in the medals at National Championships.

National Champs. Singles Bronze Medalist;Jess.

Bronze Medalist Jess Moggeridge.


New Milton TTC hits the mark

New Milton Clubmark.

New Milton Clubmark

TTE Documents

TTE Provisional Events Calendar.

Active Dorset :- About Us.

Ping Newsletter '17.

Safeguarding Adults Jan '17.

Newsletter Feb '17.



We are one of 44 County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) across England, committed to working together to increase participation in sport and physical activity.

County Sports Partnerships work across the sporting landscape in their county, actively supporting partners to increase participation in sport and physical activity.

Sport England invests Core Funding into CSPs to provide a set of core services to strengthen the local delivery of National Governing Body of Sport (NGB) Whole Sport Plans and support the achievement of NGB and Sport England targets. This investment seeks to increase the number of people aged 14 plus playing sport each week across England.

We run a wide range of programmes such as Sportivate and the Dorset School Games throughout the county, which aim to increase participation and we help to support the work of clubs, coaches, volunteers, educators and facilities.

Our partners include NGBs and their clubs, all tiers of the education sector, local authorities, sport and leisure facilities, the Health sector and many other sporting and non-sporting organisations. Through working with these partners we do all we can to get Dorset active.

As a Community Interest Company we are committed to reinvesting any surpluses we generate back into local opportunities for sport and physical activity.

We periodically issue a newsletter, which can be read from the 'pdf' file/s above.