Tournament On Monday 18th December

Revolution Table Tennis Club are holding a tournament this Monday 18th December at Lincroft Academy, Station Road, Oakley MK43 7RE from 7.30pm. Anyone is welcome to enter, the cost is £6, and the competition is limited to the first 24 players. Those who have already entered do not have to re-enter. With groups of four you will have three matches and then the top two will progress into the Main knockout and the bottom two into a Consolation knockout, so four individual matches best of five games. Just drop an email to or text 07921 093199 if you’d like to take part.

Smith Cup Draw

The 1st Round of the Smith Cup has been drawn for week commencing 11th December:

Revolution A v Southill D, Mon 11th Dec
Revolution B v Bedford CTTC E, Mon 11th Dec
Southill A v Revolution C, Wed 13th Dec
Revolution D v Elstow E, Mon 11th Dec
Bedford CTTC A v Revolution E, Wed 13th Dec
St Neots E v Revolution F, Wed 13th Dec
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It’s Gold for Ben Dunkley

Ben Dunkley was representing England B at the Senior Schools International weekend held in Ireland and in combination with his team mate, Starry Sheung, they stunned England A by taking Gold in the final. On the way to the final they beat Scotland A 3-2, Jersey A 5-0, Isle of Man 5-0 and Ireland A 5-0 with Ben remaining unbeaten.

The final was a close affair and swung one way and then the other read more …

Help The Club Raise Money

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There are no catches or hidden charges and Revolution Table Tennis Club will be really grateful for your donations.

Thank you for your support. 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 …