While the Church and centre is closed, the table tennis sessions are suspended. Please check back for updates once restrictions are lifted.
St. Paul’s runs table tennis for adults of reasonable competence, on Monday evenings between 7.30 & 9.30pm. We currently have vacancies due to some members retiring, because of illness and injuries.
Some players had not played for some time when they joined, but surprised themselves at how quickly their touch returned. The evenings are great fun, the standard is good and fairly even across the membership resulting in many close games. We play the old scoring method to 21 and mainly doubles to avoid long sit outs. Singles are played as and when numbers allow. A couple of our more experienced players are happy to provide coaching tips.
There is no need to feel embarrassed if you are worried about whether you are good enough. You are welcome to come along and meet us and judge for yourself before playing.
To find out more and arrange to visit, contact the church office.
Table tennis, also known as ping-pong, is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight, hollow ball back and forth using table tennis rackets. – Wikipedia