Welcome to Penkhull TTC!
We are an ETTA registered Advanced Premier Club based in Clayton Hall Business and Language College. Founded in November 2001 by Robert Rhodes in our original venue at St Peter’s High School, we were able to take advantage of the enthusiasm of the pupils and encourage out-of-school Table Tennis participation and competition.
Since then, the club has developed a strong coaching structure for both juniors and adults. We have an open membership policy and have a range of members of all ages, male and female from all sections of the local community.
We also have a strong presence in the local Potteries and District Leagues, with both junior and senior teams competing at all levels.
If you are interested in training and playing competitively, or receiving top-class coaching, please get in touch via the Contact page!
16 schools across the region entered this year, well supported by Newcastle and Stoke schools. Clayton Hall Business and Language and teams from NCHS Wolstanton and Westwood High made it to the semi finals/finals evening after topping their respected groups. Clayton won the A team comps for the fifth time in its 11 year history …View full post
Training at Clayton Hall will resume on Monday 1st September 2014! Shake off the summer holiday dust and get yourself up there for a knock. Remember – winter is coming. The winter season of the Potteries League that is. Anyone interested in playing for Penkhull in the Winter League should get in touch with Rob …View full post
Just a reminder to everyone – our Clayton venue is closed for the duration of the Summer Holidays, so this week (Mon 14th July 2014) was the last training night for a while! For those dedicated individuals – we can use our match venue in Fenton for training over the summer. If anyone wants to …View full post
The Stone League End of Season Championships resulted in another bumper turn out with 9 Penkhull players in attendance. In the Individual K.O event Lewis Cadden, Andy Smith, Phil Barnish and Rob Rhodes progressed to the Quarter Finals from their groups. Andy Smith beat Lewis Cadden to reach the Semi Finals whilst Phil Barnish also progressed. …View full post