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!
Division One: Division Two: (tables correct after 3rd session in Jan 2015)View full post
Here is the entry form for this year’s Staffordshire County Senior Tournament. It’s being held held at Wood Green Sports Centre in Wednesbury on Sunday 8th February 2015, and the closing date for entries is the 25th January 2015, so get your entry form in ASAP! Click the link below to download the form: Staffs …View full post
At the half way point of the 2014/15 Junior league Penkhull A lead the way in Division 1 thanks to Will Pugh and Kingsley Barber. They remain unbeaten so far this season and have drawn up a 4 point margin over their nearest rivals – Bradwell A are the likely challengers to Penkhull A. Penkhull …View full post
Hi all! Here’s a quick run-down of where Penkhull’s best and brightest teams are as we enter the Xmas break period. In the Potteries League, Penkhull A are safely established in mid-table heaven in the Premier Division thanks to the efforts of regular players Dave Mottershead, Mark Turner and Phil Barnish who are all returning impressive …View full post
Callum Smith beat Connor Smith in the Junior final with Sienna taking the consolation title. Phil Barnish beat Dave Mottershead in the Ken Collins Handicap Cup with Craig Stott taking the consolation top spot overcoming David Walker. Phil Barnish triumphed again in the Senior championships beating Rob Rhodes in the final whilst Andy Smih beat …View full post