The Diss & District table tennis league has been in existence from about 1948. It started out as the Diss and District Table Tennis League but from 1953 became the Worlingworth and District Table Tennis League. This eventually changed in 1977 when the league became The Diss and District Table Tennis League once again.
We are a friendly league welcoming new members and providing them, when needed, with coaching. This ensures that they have the basic skills to develop their table tennis game. We are making every effort to encourage new teams and players, both young and old, by attending local events with our table tennis robot. This enables those with an interest to have a go and to perhaps re-kindle a talent from years gone by. It also generates a degree of publicity for the league.
Currently the league has a practise night at Diss High School on Tuesdays from 6pm to 9 pm. From 6 to 7pm basic coaching is available to junior players. From 7 to 9 pm there are up to 8 tables available to practice on. Everyone is welcome. There is a small contribution, currently £2, to cover the costs involved.
The league has a table tennis robot which can be hired out for a nominal fee.
To contact the league either get in touch with one of the committee members listed below, or go to the How to join the league section of this website where an application form can be submitted online.
The Diss & District Table Tennis League is affiliated to and plays under the rules of the English Table Tennis Association.