This year's Presentation evening was held at the Catholic Club in Corby, on Friday 17th May.

Titles won at the Annual Closed tournament, as well as League honours were presented.

Congratulations go to Nicole Bird, who was awarded 'Player of the Tournament' - a deserving title. Adam Koszyk was presented with the 'Most Improved Junior' award, and on a great night for Westfield, the 'D' and 'A' team were runners-up and winners on the Kettering Anniversary Trophy! And to top things off, Westfield also won the quiz!!

A great night was had by all, and we look forward to doing it all again next season.

View the embedded image gallery online at:
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Last night (13/5/2024), Westfield C played Wanderes C in the Challege Cup Final. Unfortunately, Westfield fell just short, unable to overcome Wanderes 120 start. It was an entertaining match, played in the right spirit. Congratulations go to captain Asish Nandi, and regulars Karol Rylik, Ben Stomeman and James Lock. The C team were also runners-up in the league, losing out by 7 points to Highfield B. All in all a great season.

Westfield C (Left to right: Ben Stoneman, James Lock, Karol Rylik, Asish Nandi   

 

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Westfield Summer League

Attention ALL table tennis players. Westfield will again run weekly Individual Tournaments. The tournaments are open to all players.

All games will take place on Tuesday evenings at Weavers Leisure Centre, starting on Tuesday May 21st. Matches start at 7.30pm, so please try and arrive by 7.15pm.

Players will be seeded into groups, with your finishing position dictating which knock-out group you enter. Everyone should get at least 4 games during the evening.

There is no commitment to attend every week (but we’d like you to!). Just turn up when you can and enjoy the competition. Fees are:

Juniors
Member – Free. Non-Member £3.50.

Adults
Member – Free. Non-Member £5.

If you have any questions, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note that the Club will be closed on the two following dates:

Thursday May 2nd - Local Elections

Monday May 6th - Bank Holiday

Normal service resumes on Thursday May 9th

With Ben Aldridge unavailable, Bart Koszyk stepped up for Westfield for the last day of National Junior League. His team mates were Adam Koszyk, Tor West-Ley and Gabriela Koszyk.

Playing in the top division, and against much older opposition (this is the Under 19 category), we played some really good table tennis. We ultimately finished fith in the division, but I saw lots of improvement throughout the season, and look forward to managing this team next season.

Onwards and upwards!

Final league positions and individual averages can be found here.

https://ncl-njl-wellingborough.ttleagues.com/league/2840/division/8033

 

Our cadet team of Prithvi Menon, Adam Koszyk, Tor West – Ley and Bartoz Koszkz started the final day of the National Cadet League at the The Hindu Centre, Wellingborough in second place behind Archway and with a slender lead of 3 points over Luton A  - so all to play for.
They started off their day against Knighton Park with Prithvi and Adam remaining unbeaten and Bart winning 1 game.
Next up was Woodford Wells who were also dispatched, this time with Prithvi and Tor gaining maximum points and Adam securing 1 point.
The most crucial match of the day against Luton A who had strengthened their team since our last meeting with the addition of Violet-Lily Marquise, one of the top young players in the country. Prithiv’s game was very close with Violet finally securing the victory 16-14 in the 5th end. The match finished 3-3 with Prithvi, Adam and Tor all taking one game.
Our penultimate match of the day was against Notts 3 who we comfortably beat 5-1 with Prithvi and Adam again keeping clean sheets and Bart contributing a valuable 1 point.
The final match against the runaway leaders, Archway, proved a step too far; we could not match the previous weekend’s 3-3 draw and were beaten 6-0 despite some close encounters.
 
The overall result was a very well-earned silver medal– well done to all the players!!
Final tables can be found here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Weavers Leisure Centre is being used as a Polling Station for the Wellingborough by-election, so there are no sessions on Thursday 15th February. 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, tonight's sessions (8th Jan) are cancelled. Apologies for the short notice and any inconvenience caused.

Results and fixtures for Westfield's Cadet and Junior teams can be found here:

https://ncl-njl-wellingborough.ttleagues.com/

It is my sad duty to report the death of Yan Ng. Yan died on Friday 3rd November, having lost his fight with an aggressive brain tumour.

Yan had been a member of Westfield Table Tennis Club for many years. He played for Westfield D in the second division of the Wellingborough League and was also a regular attendee of the Thursday night practise session. He was always happy when playing and always wanted to improve his game.

Myself and Yan's team mates attended his funeral earlier today. The service was a fitting tribute to a lovely person. 

The family have setup a Just Giving page, with all donations going to Action Cancer Research.

https://www.justgiving.com/page/janine-bull-1699992350515?utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=page%2Fjanine-bull-1699992350515&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=pfp-share

The Club will miss you. Rest in peace.

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