Welcome to Kidlington Forum Table Tennis Club, a premier club with purpose-built facilities, situated 5 miles north of Oxford. All are welcome to come along to one of our open practice sessions.
It is important that when you have a home league match a keyholder of your team is there by 7 o'clock to open up and set up the table and surrounds.
It is also important that you do not leave the premises without ensuring another key holder is taking responsibility for closing.
If a match is likely to finish late then please use a second table when one becomes available.
Oxford & District Table Tennis Association website -
for the latest league results & statistics,
reports and details of upcoming events in Oxford.
Table Tennis England
is the national association for table tennis in England.
The final of the Aubrey Hughes Handicap Shield takes place at the Gladiator Club, on Thursday, 11th April 2018 (7.15pm start).
There is guaranteed to be a Forum team in the final!
The Aubrey Hughes Handicap Shield continues into the second round: well done to Forum teams A, B, C, D & I for getting through the group stages.
For more info, please see the AHHS 2019 page on the ODTTA website.
Four teams of Kidlington juniors played in the next round of the National Junior League (South), at Cippenham, despite several players being unavailable due to illness:
- Kiarash Shaddel, Jamie McNeil and Robbie Greenfield formed the A team, finishing up in 2nd place in the Division 1 table.
- Ethan Morgan, Jack Smith and Cooper Whitford formed the B team, getting relegated from Division 1 to Division 2.
- Scott Campbell, Ben Hague, Adam Jenner formed the C team, finishing up at 2nd place in Division 3.
- The D team consisted of Lilli Foreman and Tom Williams; they will be relegated from Division 3 and may find it more comfy in Division 4 next time.
Two teams of Kidlington juniors took part in the next round of the National Cadet League (South), at Cippenham, with mixed results but some fine matches.
Several Kidlington juniors competed in Oxford's two cadet teams that took part in the National Cadet League competition, held on Sunday 2nd December. The A team faced tough opposition in Division 1, and the B team were delighted to win promotion from Division 3.
The Oxfordshire team for the County Junior Championships faced some more matches on Saturday 1st December, winning 1, drawing 1, and losing 2. Todd and Pelin played particularly well.
Several Kidlington players, including Lewis Waddup and Kiarash Shaddel, took part in the Oxfordshire Top Players Competition on Saturday 25th November. The winner was Pierre-Olivier Colard.
The second round of the National Junior League (South), at Cippenham, featured four Kidlington junior teams, and some support from some very helpful senior players!
Kiarash Shaddel did particularly well in the A team, winning 8 out of 9 singles matches. The A team managed to achieve 2nd place in Division 1.
The B side (Bertie Anstis, Ethan Morgan and Jamie McNeil) managed to get promotion to Division 1; the C team finished 2nd in Division 3, and the D team managed to stay in Division 3.
Several Kidlington players, including Farshad Shaddel, Kiarash Shaddel, Toby Dow, Morris Wong, Vicky Coll, Christelle Rajapaksa and Pelin Karabulut, took part in the Lillington Graded tournament on Saturday 17th November.
In the age-groups, Pelin Karabulut came 3rd, Morris Wong and Kiarash Shaddel won their respective consolation events,
and in the afternoon, Farshad Shaddel won the Grade B event, and Vicky Coll beat Pelin Karabulut in the final of the Grade C.
Several Kidlington juniors took part in Oxford's two cadet teams that took part in the National Cadet League competition,
held at Cippenham on Sunday 4th November. Pelin Karabulut, Bertie Anstis, and Morris Wong all took part, and were facing tough opposition.
Several Kidlington Juniors took part in the Junior County Championships on Saturday 3rd November, at
New Malden. All five players did well, despite some fierce opposition, and they won 2 out of 3 matches.
Vicky Coll, Kiarash Shaddel and Todd Stanmore travelled to Wood Green for the
West Midlands Two Star tournament. Kiarash managed to win the consolation event from a field of 16 players.