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Welcome to the second ever weekly AllStars TT newsletter!⭐

Hi <<First Name>>, your unique AllStars TT number is <<AllStarsTT Membership Number>>

Welcome to the second ever weekly AllStars TT newsletter! 

This week despite Brighton Table Tennis Club and other clubs being closed 84, AllStars TT matches have been played in people's houses and on tables outdoors. At 6pm on Monday we had five matches all being streamed live on Zoom on the BTTC Daily Show.

We have added this week some extra functions to the leaderboard meaning you can see how many matches people have played in the last 7 day and 30 day periods. 

Please remember that the first 50 players to play 50 matches get a free All Stars TT 50 t-shirt and that all you need to do to move up the leaderboard is play more! 

Tim Holtam - AllStars TT

Check the leaderboard!
5 new locations have been added bringing the total to 21. These are in Brighton and excitingly now also in Seattle, USA meaning AllStars TT is being played in two continents!
Look at the live map!
Harry Fairchild (AS100) shot up the leaderboard this week to Number 7 after playing 19 matches against his dad on the table in their garage at home.

Jodie Morris (AS4) lost her top spot for half an hour on Sunday before beating her Mum 2-1 and 3-0 with a frying pan on the kitchen table and reclaiming top spot.

Congratulations Jodie, we love the fact that you are top 12 in England Under 21 yet can still get the pans out and mix it with your Mum at home. 
Will Bayley (AS33) making his All Stars debut back in August. Paralympic Gold Medallist and World Number 1 Will Bayley loves All Stars TT and wants to retain his gold in Tokyo!

Table of the Week

Ciccio (AS35) and Peppe’s (AS224) mini table!

Get creative and send us your weird and wonderful tables to be featured.
Test your knowledge with some AllStars TT table tennis trivia: 

Q: Which famous Paralympian table tennis player was born the year that table tennis first became an Olympic Sport and what year was it?

Answers from last week: 
Q: In the 1890s, which sports equipment manufacturer marketed a game called ‘Indoor Tennis’, a game based on table tennis that we know today? 
A: Parker Brothers

Q: In 2020, which sports club invented a game that is free for all, on any table, in any place, anywhere in the world and can be played even during lockdown at home? 
A: AllStars TT at Brighton Table Tennis Club!
Table Tennis Players of Interest

Bob Marley. One - Love.
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