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Volunteers are the lifeblood of our sport

Volunteers are the lifeblood of our sport. Without their passion, enthusiasm, energy and commitment we would simply not be able to function. We thank them for their selfless continued work – without which the opportunities to take part in the…

Coaching Licence

Being a Table Tennis Wales licence coach brings more support, integration and further possibilities for those coaches wanting to progress knowledge and ability. We wish to have improved relationships with coaches and offer better-targeted support. Until now, Table Tennis Wales…

Membership Renewals and Benefits

  Why become a member? By joining Table Tennis Wales you are becoming part of a fast-growing, fun, and exciting sport.  Table tennis is a very sociable sport and for those who want to develop and perform at a high…

How to affiliate & get a licence

6 Main membership types & fees- updated for season 2017-18 Community Club affiliation: No fee This level of membership is for club members who only play recreationally  It does not entitle play in organised leagues or tournaments (other than Dragon)…

Outstanding Warnings – Welsh Players

Outstanding Warnings – Welsh Players

Warnings, Cards & Bans

A revised Bye Law has been issued by the board of TTW as set out below “Matches controlled by qualified officials shall be subject to the following point penalty system for dealing with misbehaviour. A player who is formally warned or…

Bye-Laws

Bye-laws

ITTF Handbook 2016

ITTF Handbook 2016

Rankings January 2018

Welsh Rankings 2018

How the ranking system works

Ranking points are awarded and lists compiled in the following categories: Senior Men, Senior Women, Veterans 40, 50 + 60, Under 21 Men, Under 21 Women, Junior Boys, Junior Girls, Cadet Boys, Cadet Girls, Under 13 boys, Under 13 girls,…

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