Tournaments

Officially organised events, as well as Island competitions are detailed on this page. For general updates relating to trips away, results and successes, see our news page.

General information during tournaments

Tournaments may take up part of the hall or the whole of the hall. Where the whole hall is booked, members will be advised via notices either in the hall or electronically.

Otherwise, for partial booking of the hall for tournament play, some tables will be partitioned off and members will have the use of the remainder of the hall for general play. Competitors and umpires please remember that in such a situation, there will be noise from members using other parts of the hall as well as spectator chatter. We encourage a great playing atmosphere for all participants of the centre and for reasonable behaviour to be observed by all.

Where the hall is in dual use, members, event players and umpires are asked to manage communications with each other with courtesy and respect.

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2021/22 Season’s Tournaments

Background

The Commonwealth Games Association of Jersey have confirmed two table tennis players will represent the Island at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Teenager Hannah Silcock will compete in the women’s singles while 22-year-old Jordan Wykes will play in the men’s singles event.

Hannah, just 14-years old, started playing when she was seven when she signed up for the “Girls for Gold” initiative at the Geoff Read Table Tennis Centre. She is the current British Under 15 champion, and won three gold medals at the recent British and Irish Home Nations International. Jordan has played and trained in Sweden, Denmark and France, and is currently based with Archway Table Tennis in Peterborough, under the guidance of former England number one Denis Neale.

President of the Commonwealth Games Association of Jersey, Paul du Feu, said: “We were pleased to get official confirmation through that Hannah and Jordan had been allocated places in the singles events. I’m sure they will both represent Jersey proudly and we wish them well in their preparations over the next few months ahead of a really exciting summer.

President of the Jersey Table Tennis Association, Paul Routier, added: “We’re extremely pleased that Games organisers have recognised the recent successful playing achievements of Jordan Wykes and Hannah Silcock. Both Jordan and Hannah have been competing at a high level across the UK and Europe and have earned their place in Jersey’s Commonwealth Games team. The Association is really proud of the development of Jersey table tennis in recent years.”

The inclusion of the two table tennis players brings the number of Jersey competitors confirmed for Birmingham 2022 to 18. The first 16 athletes named to represent the Island were announced in October last year. The next tranche of athletes to join the growing team will be selected in the next few days, with the Games beginning on Thursday, 28 July.

Thanks again to all our volunteers, coaches, committee members and sponsors that help develop Jersey Table Tennis, Jersey Sport, Altair Partners, Tees Sport, Jersey Sport Foundation and The Commonwealth Games Association of Jersey.


21 July 2022


The following team will be at the Commonwealth Games:


Jordan Wykes

Hannah Silcock

Miguel Freitas – Team Coach

Paul Silcock - Team Manager

Paul Routier - As a guest of the Jersey Commonwealth Games Association


The team will be taking part in the Opening Ceremony on Thursday 28th July with training starting the next day.  At the moment we are anticipating that Hannah and Jordan will be entering at the qualification group stages on Wednesday the 3rd August. They will also be playing in the Mixed Doubles on the 4th August.

Both Hannah and Jordan have been getting tournament and training camp experience in the run-up to the games. Table Tennis Wales have also been great and allowed both Hannah and Jordan to train and have brought in some other players to help boost the quality of the training.

Watch the recent BBC video interview with Hannah Silock:


29 July - 8 August, 2022

Commonwealth Games (Birmingham)




LATEST from Birmingham


All finished for Table Tennis Jersey for Birmingham 2022. In the mixed doubles, Jordan and Hannah managed a great 3-1 win against a strong Cypriot team in the last 64 before losing 3-0 to the Canadians.


Hannah played the England No 1 in the last 32 of the women’s singles and although managing to pull back a 2-0 deficit to 2-2 so eventually lost 4-2.


JTTA wish to thank our coach Miguel, Paul Routier (JTTA President), the Commonwealth Games Association of Jersey for all the support this week. Thanks to all our sponsors and supporters of Jersey table tennis and also to Dave Ferguson and Michael Loveder Photography for some great photos.


WELL DONE TO BOTH HANNAH & JORDAN


4 August 2022


Great start to the day with Jordan and Hannah winning 3-1 against a strong Cypriot side.  The mixed doubles at 1640 against Canada. Hannah then plays her singles match against England No. 1, Tin Tim Ho, at 6.15pm.

BIRMINGHAM 2022GALLERY

3 August 2022


Hannah Silcock (15) begins her women's singles campaign with a 4-1 group-stage victory. Team-mate,  Jordan Wykes,  won 1 from 2 in the men's draw.

BBC VIDEO

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