OBITUARY ; MAGGIE WHITE. (October 2020).
On Behalf of all the Bournemouth League & any others who knew her.
It is with great sadness that we report the recent death of Maggie White following a short illness.
Maggie played for North Bournemouth in the Bournemouth and District Table Tennis League for a number of years, firstly out of Pelhams and then latterly at Winton YMCA.
However, over recent times she had to temporarily lay down her bat, due to hip and knee replacement problems, but was hopeful to return to the league this coming season.
She was an attack minded player, aggressive on the table but mild and gentle away from it.
Being of good division two standard, Maggie was called upon to represent her adopted County of Dorset on a number of occasions, although previously she had played her table tennis in Sussex.
Maggie was a leading member of the National Vets league and was its regional social secretary for many years.
Our deapest sympathies are extended to Brian, her husband, and all his family.
Dorset County & Table Tennis England Documents combined.
Letter From Simon Heaps (Now Disabled Player & a Dorset County Coach)
To All County TT People, Please read this, & lets get Simon on his way, & hopefully come home again with some form of Medal or Honour
I am trying to raise funds to support my programme and try to get to play for England in the 2022 Commonwealth Para Games at Wheelchair Table Tennis after I had my right leg amputated in May 2019.This has been a life changing experience for myself and my family.
I am currently 65 and will be 67 when the Games come around in 2 years time. I get no funding whatsoever and need to raise funds to cover my International travel, accommodation and entries along with my equipment and coaching costs.
I am holding a 24 hour Table Tennis Marathon on 24th/25th October whereby people can sponsor my by the hour or with a set amount, regardless how many hours I complete.
Would you be willing to pledge an amount to support me on my “ journey”
You can pledge now by responding with an amount and I will contact you upon completion or you can donate now by clicking on the Link below.
Thankyou for reading the above.
Yours in Sport ( now disabled )
Simon Heaps :- firstname.lastname@example.org :- (M/ 07710 354640)
TTE Affiliation Fees 2021
County Constitution 2015
ITV Don Fear; Millionaire Winner 2019-20
Defibrillators for Clubs
Integrated Care Programme
Welsh National Championships
John Hook, Over 60's Winner
Owen Clutterbuck & John Hook; Vets Doubles winners with Runners ups
John Hook. Dorset Vets Team Secretary
John played in the Vets for Dorset on Saturday, then drove to Cardiff to play in the Welsh National Championships where he won the over 60’s individual and the Vets Doubles with Owen Clutterbuck.
John Hook won the Over 60 singles defeating Ray Goulding in the final. Congratulations John on being Welsh Champion 2020.
Vets Doubles – Owen Clutterbuck & John Hook