John Freeman passed away on 2nd June at the age of 90.
John was the president of The Royal County of Berkshire Table Tennis Association and was one of the stalwarts of the Reading & District Table Tennis Association for many years.
He was an International Umpire and a National Referee and played for Woodland TTC and Tilehurst Methodists TTC in the Reading League for many years.
The Royal County of Berkshire Table Tennis Association was founded in 1949. The Association is affiliated to Table Tennis England , the governing body of the sport of Table Tennis in England. Local leagues affiliated to the Association are:
The Royal County of Berkshire Schools Table Tennis Association and any School League or School Club within the jurisdiction of the Association except such as are affiliated are in Good Standing by virtue of Rules and Regulations of Table Tennis England.
The objects of the Association are:
- To act as the controlling and governing body for the sport of Table Tennis in the County of Berkshire subject to any over-riding decisions of the National Council of Table Tennis England.
- To assist and encourage the formation of Table Tennis leagues and clubs in the County of Berkshire, and to promote the sport in every possible way.
The area of jurisdiction of the Association is the County of Berkshire as defined by the Rules of Table Tennis England. (Note. Since the boundaries of Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire and the Royal County of Berkshire were changed, for Table Tennis purposes Slough has remained in Buckinghamshire).
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