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Following the revised policy from the Government regarding the current coronavirus, the Sutton & District Table Tennis League Committee have decided to suspend the League from Wednesday, 18th March until further notice.


Further updates regarding League activities will be notified to all members when available.


SDTTL League Committee

In the 2011 Surrey Interleague "Percy Johnson" Competition the Sutton & District TT League was represented by Wallington Crusaders' Michael Ho and Lewis Bray.

Eight 2-man teams were entered, the other 7 comprising two teams from Guildford, three from Wandsworth, one from Redhill & Reigate and one from Thames Valley.

Sutton got off to a cracking start with a stunning 5-0 victory over Guildford 'A' who had fielded Chris Bush and Andreas Pusch. However the convincing looking result concealed a marathon between Michael Ho and Chris Bush. Chris was two games and 6-0 up in the 3rd before Michael staged an amazing comeback to win in 5.

This match was followed by a demolition of Redhill & Reigate for a healthy lead in their group of four. Michael & Lewis' last group match was against Wandsworth 'B' who fielded Musa Farquharson and Antoney Patten, but another great victory followed - although it has to be said the doubles could not have been closer!

This set up a final match between the two group winners - Sutton and Wandsworth A. Wandsworth's Chris Lewis and Aaron Smith had destroyed all before them. On a very hot and humid Sunday afternoon Wandsworth A were victorious leaving our Sutton boys in a very respectable 2nd place. Their efforts earned the league a £60 credit against the Surrey affiliation fees for the forthcoming season.

Final placings:

1. Wandsworth A  2. Sutton  3. Wandsworth B  4. Wandsworth C
5. Guildford A  6. Guildford B  7. Redhill & Reigate  8. Thames Valley

Well played lads!