Club Open for Junior Coaching on Monday 23rd May

Looking forward to welcoming back our Junior Coaching sessions on Monday 9th May. These will run throughout May and June prior to the Junior Individual Summer League Competition commencing from 11th July. Each session costs £6 per person or a four consecutive week block booking can be purchased for £20 per person. Space is limited during the school exam period so please book ahead to avoid disappointment. Visit the club shop to make your booking. read more …

Revolution G Secure Plate Title

Revolution G from Division 4 were drawn against Kempston Boys Brigade A from Division 1 in the Plate final held on Monday 4th April at Elstow TTC. The Revolution G team of Luke Stephens, Ray Peters and Alasdair Simmons had a 188 point start which meant that Kempston Boys Brigade A had to keep the Revolution side to about 4.5 per game to win. Semi-finalist, Beate Nicol, unfortunately, had booked a skiing holiday so had to sit on the end of phone in Austria listening for updates as to her team’s progress. However, reserve Ray Peters stepped in to the team and did himself proud. Luke Stephens picked up the most points, followed by Ray and Alasdair. Both sides played read more …

Revolution G Through to the Plate Finals

The Revolution G team consisting of Beate Nicol, Alasdair Simmons and Luke Stephens had a cracking win against St Neots G on Monday 28th March played at Elstow TTC winning by 49 points. St Neots G were giving away 152 points so the team had to keep the games down to about twelve points a match. The first match saw Alasdair drop six points against the handicap to their No. 1, Dave Horsler, whilst Luke kept to the handicap against their No.2, Alan Carter. Beate then put the team into positive territory just losing the first leg against their No. 3, Les Heslewood, 13-15 and winning the second leg 15-13. Luke took the side into an even stronger position beating read more …

Commonwealth Games Success – Beate Nicol

Congratulations to Revolution G’s Beate Nicol who has been selected to umpire at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham this year. Beate chose to respond to an invitation from Table Tennis England in 2019 encouraging volunteers to qualify as Level 1 umpires, the equivalent to County Umpire, with a goal of selection for the Commonwealth Games in 2022. Beate completed the umpire’s course at St Neots in May 2019 and started umpiring in September 2019 at the Veterans British League. Following this she has umpired at many national events, in “high season” umpiring every other weekend. To date, she has umpired at 22 national events which shows her determination to achieving her goal of umpiring in Birmaingham. Her highlight was umpiring read more …

Revolution Juniors Feature in Bedfordshire County Success

Bedfordshire Juniors 2021-22

Gemma, Josh, Ethan and Thomas made up four out of the five county junior squad that were successful in winning Division 2A of the Junior County Championships competition this season and gaining promotion next season to Division One. This is the first time since 2008 that the county juniors have achieved promotion and that had been from Division 3. Congratulations to all of them who showed tremendous team spirit throughout the two weekends winning all of their matches against Leicestershire, Cheshire 2, Lincolnshire 2, Cambridgeshire and Northants and hopefully they will do well again next season.