Officially organised events, as well as Island competitions are detailed on this page. For general updates relating to trips away, results and successes, see our news page.
General information during tournaments
Tournaments may take up part of the hall or the whole of the hall. Where the whole hall is booked, members will be advised via notices either in the hall or electronically.
Otherwise, for partial booking of the hall for tournament play, some tables will be partitioned off and members will have the use of the remainder of the hall for general play. Competitors and umpires please remember that in such a situation, there will be noise from members using other parts of the hall as well as spectator chatter. We encourage a great playing atmosphere for all participants of the centre and for reasonable behaviour to be observed by all.
Where the hall is in dual use, members, event players and umpires are asked to manage communications with each other with courtesy and respect.
Travelling to tournaments
For information about or organising travel as well as funding support, please follow this link.
This event will take place in association with AVIS at the Geoff Reed Centre on Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April. Play commences at 9am each day until 5pm at the GRC. For full details, please see the entry form -closing date 5 April, 2019.
26 April, 2019
Details to follow.
27 April, 2019
CI Inter Insular
Details to follow.
21-28 March, 2019
Island Championship Heats
The Island Championships sponsored by INVESTEC will take place at the Geoff Reed Table Tennis Centre, FB Fields, commencing at 9am to 7pm. Full information is set out on the entry form - only £1 to enter -closing date 9 March, 2019. Please read the playing schedule for the most up to date information now that the draw has been published.
Following the success in previous years of the Love Hearts Appeal, Tanguy Billet-Masters is organising another one to raise funds on Sunday, 7 April, 2019 at the GRTTC (2-5.30pm). The charity is linked to Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Love Hearts Appeal is basically pioneering research into childhood cardiac conditions. The local charity is actively trying to help fund a larger project which will hopefully lead to better lives for children following heart transplantation. The project aims to understand the cause of the most common reason for transplant failure and find out what steps could be taken to overcome it. The event is open to all ages and is good family fun. The entry form is now available -closing date 30 March, 2019. The event is supported by: