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Q&A – Calum Morrison

Calum Morrison has been part of Murrayfield Table Tennis Club for roughly 12 years. Since he began he has shown an excellent attitude in training and calmness in match situations. In junior sessions he was often the first to get on the table and the last to leave it. His play has been marked by a high level of consistency and mental focus. This was illustrated in some amazing ELTTL Handicap Cup matches in which he clawed back huge deficits-often winning 20 + plus points in a row!

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Spot the Ball

The overall winner of our Spot the Ball competition was Jason Fleming! Congratulations to Jason (490 points)! It was a long drive but we’ve made it to the end. The end of the competition was very tight. The last round decided the victory, with Jason winning the final round and thereby the grand prize – a £60 voucher to TOPSPIN Sports.

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‘Murrayfield North’ in the news!

John Yau’s determined efforts to continue playing table tennis during lockdown have attracted press attention. This is from the Evening News from September the 1st. No mention of insect bites or crawling through the undergrowth for balls though…

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Return to Play!

We are happy to inform you that table tennis has been given the go ahead to return under controlled conditions. I am sure all of you can’t wait to get back to playing. It won’t be like before, but we aim to provide safe and practical training facilities and coaching within government guidelines.

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Q&A – John Hannah

John Hannah has been a prominent member of MTTC for nearly a decade. He was part of a strong group of kids that also included the likes of Calum Morrison & Jamie Crawley. The three of them picked up the Handicap Cup for ESC in 2012-13 with a combined age of 40 (a record at the time). John made rapid progress through the ELTTL, representing ESC for 3 seasons and then MTTC I in 2015-2016. His breakthrough ELTTL season was 2013-14 during which he won the Mike McLaren Quaich (and was runner-up the following year) and picked up the Mike Allison Shield as leading junior in the ELTTL.

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Murrayfield Lockdown Quiz

Dear club members, you are all invited to the first ever Murrayfield lockdown Quiz! In essence, we’ve attempted to create a socially distanced “pub quiz” with questions on Murrayfield TTC, its members and achievements, table tennis in general as well as a smattering of general knowledge questions spread throughout. Don’t be in any doubt, of course under 18’s are encouraged to join, as long as they stick to the orange squash!

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Q&A – Gordon Muir

Gordon Muir has been involved in table tennis from an early age. Initially coached by his father Lindsay he has gone on to become a coach himself. From 2015 until Early 2020 he was head coach of Murrayfield Memorial Table Tennis Club, where he coached hundreds of players including John Hannah, Calum Morrison, Faye Leggett, Charlie McGowan & Haydn Jackson. He has acted as an NPC for Scottish teams at several Schools Internationals and is a current member of TTS Selection Committee.

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Newspapers about MTTC

Some reminders of a successful season for the club. A big increase in participation and plenty of success on the table. Here’s some of the press coverage of MTTC players from the curtailed 2019-2020 season. From the Evening News.

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MTTC Season Summary 19/20

Before it was prematurely curtailed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2019 2020 season was a highly successful one for the club. The season demonstrated great strength in depth within the club and the continuing progress of the club’s squad of young players – a tribute to the coaching programme led by Gordon & Lindsay Muir. We hope this article will also help you choose the MTTC Player of the Year.

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COVID-19 UPDATE

We hope this latest update finds you and your families well. Everyone at Murrayfield Table Tennis Club would like to thank you all again for everything you are doing to help suppress the spread and growth of this COVID-19 pandemic. In this article you will find all updates from Table Tennis Scotland.

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