Inter-towns – Round 1

Inter Town - Round 1 at Waterside Waterside hosted on Sunday the 13th of November this season’s first of three rounds of the InterTown table tennis tournament for Cadets (Under 15) and Juniors (Under 18). Team’s from Andover, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Southampton took part in two seperate events for Cadets and Juniors. The format of the day’s play involved a total of […] Continue reading →

And the ride goes on

Waterside M Three more games and the ride on the crest of the wave continues for Waterside M. We finally managed to get all three team mates to play together and the good form continues. Two games against the other two Waterside teams, hard battles against Waterside N and some strange matches against New Community C. The […] Continue reading →

Waterside L vs Wimpey

Donic The final result of this tight match was 6-4 to Waterside L. This was a great result as both Matt and Alan had lost heavily to this experienced team last year. This week Bob not only won his first game this season but all 3 of them with Matt winning 2. The pivotal game was […] Continue reading →

National Cadet League – round 1

National Cadet League And the National Cadet League (NCL) season has started. This year, twelve teams, divided into three divisions, started the competition at Waterside. Youngsters of clubs from Southampton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Winchester displayed high quality tabletennis skills. Waterside TTC was represented by two teams. The “A” team with Max, Artur and William played in Division 2, […] Continue reading →

Man of the Match

Tony Tidswell Another clash between Waterside and Southampton West sides, saw Waterside H team ending the match win a 7-3 win. Both Dave and Tony won all three of their games but Super Tony’s scores were most emphatic! Tony annihilated the opposition by winning each game in three straight sets, not allowing any opponent to score more […] Continue reading →

Waterside M struggle

Waterside M It has been a struggle: three matches and three wins, sitting on second place in the table, but Waterside M is still struggling to manage their three players together. The excuses range from holidays, business trip and “trick or treat” on Halloween night! But we are grateful to the reservers who played for us, William, […] Continue reading →

Closer than the score suggests

Competition holder Tuesday night’s match at Cavendish Hall resulted in a 7 – 3 win for St Denys. Although 7 out of the 10 games only went to 3 sets, the result could/should have been more favourable as St Denys had an under-strength side and, although their substitute played well, we (Dave, Jeff and Colin) just needed […] Continue reading →

Waterside L signs of improvement

Waterside Table Tennis Centre If it were not for Tony going down 15-17 in the fifth set after having two match points we could have won! In the end Matt Moody stepped up to the plate and played with poise and confidence and salvaged a deserved draw in the last game against Soton West O. After two quite serious […] Continue reading →

An eerie start for Waterside L

Tabletennis bat Imagine, if you can, a hall as big (nearly) as ours at Testwood with only one table in the middle. That’s how it was on Tuesday night, and eerily quiet was it! Tricky game this one, playing against a newly relegated team. They just had too much nous for us and we just made too […] Continue reading →

Waterside H rollercoaster

Donic We were under no illusions that playing in Division 2 this season was not going to be as straightforward as our matches in Division 3 were last season!  Last Wednesday’s match (5th October) against an experienced South West L side brought us down to earth, with a 9-1 drubbing, with Colin French winning the solitary […] Continue reading →