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Friday 28th June 2019 – 5-8:00pm

Chelsea Academy

    End of an Era at Chelsea Academy

    Things ebb and flow in table tennis as in life. For the past ten years, West London Ping has plied its trade at the Chelsea Academy, both as a Centre of Excellence for the borough of Kensington and Chelsea and as an open gathering for the West London table tennis community.

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Latest News

First London Ranking Tournament of the season is another full house. Band One goes international!

In what was surely the strongest field yet in the London Community Ranking Tournaments, Band One literally sizzled with international talent including no less than four female players of international standing. But in the end it was two London based players; Bogdan Postudor and three times winner from the London Academy, Gabriel Achampong who clawed their way to the final.

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Greenhouse will host the November London Rankings Tournament

After a hugely successful first tournament of the year in the Greenhouse Centre Marylebone, we are now taking bookings for our 6th London Ranking Tournament. This will take place at the London Academy Centre in Edgware on Saturday 2nd March.

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London Community Ranking Tournaments now fully embedded in the capital

The tenth and final tournament of the season was completed with one hundred and twenty entries and some spectacular table tennis.

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Satellite tournament at the RPA soars into the stratosphere

The ninth London community ranking tournament of the 2018/19 season was a completely sold out event, held at the Richmond Park Academy, most noteworthy for the high number of young girls competing across the three bands.

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West London Ping thrive at Greenhouse

Last weekend saw the eighth London Ranking Tournament unfold at the Greenhouse Sports Centre and the twenty plus West London Ping contingent gave a good account of themselves with eleven WLP combatants reaching the knockout stages and four of those reaching the quarter finals in what proved to be a very strong field.

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The first of the Satellite events proved to be a huge success

The 7th London Community Ranking Tournament, and the first of the Satellite events, proved a huge success at the Chelsea Academy last Friday. With a packed hall of twenty tables and three bands to choose from, the participants, all 75 of them, showed that satellite tournaments are the perfect companion to the full all-day ranking […]

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West London Ping Springs into Spring

Chelsea Academy Take Double Gold and Silver at this years Central London Schools Individual Qualification event. Barnes Primary School Girls take second place in South of England Championships. West London Pingers were back in action last weekend in the latest London Ranking Tournament and we welcome a new addition to the WLP family, Richmond Park Table Tennis Club

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First time victory in the Premier division!

On the second weekend of the Junior British League, the London Academy girls team of Natalia Ianau, Nomin Baasan, Annie Hedlund, Patricia Ianau and Nicole Scott dominate the Girls’ Premier Division, winning the first place title unbeaten.

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Three Silver Medals for West London Ping teams

Barnes Girls collect the silver medals in the Jack Petchey All London Championships held at the UEL on the 12th January.

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Return to Chelsea Academy on September 16th

As the evening darken and the nights draw in, it’s time to welcome all our regulars and a lot of new faces (hopefully) to our flagship sessions at the Chelsea Academy.

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RBKC Club Ranking List

  1. Harry Derecki
  2. Brandon Cann
  3. Shahinur Islam
  4. Samuel Ofori-Boateng
  5. Samuel Mendoza
  6. Francesco Bonato
  7. Trishton Kite
  8. Edward Gooze-Zijl
  9. Mohamed Larbi
  10. Louise Pradayrol
  1. Nadia Zoppos
  2. Rose Bourdier
  3. Valentina Weinstein
  4. Ezana Tedros
  5. Sky Leony
  6. Mohammed Kaba
  7. Khalid Mohamed
  8. Ayyub Jahar
  9. Adam Frost
  10. Suheyb Mohamed
  1. Theo Chrysanthou
  2. Harry Chrysanthou
  3. Jibreel Holding
  4. Rio Star Wilson
  5. John Kassis
  6. Sam Rich
  7. Marcel Sek
  8. Alexandre Sacha Sales
  9. Annie Williams
  10. Fraser Howarth
  1. Hamish Walters
  2. Guy Hempsell
  3. Alf Beresford-Peirse
  4. Max Ellis
  5. Jiahao Xu
  6. Ellis Beatty
  7. Toby Zak Hore
  8. Sam Quinn

About Us

Table Tennis in the 21st Century

Inspired in equal measure by the heroics of London Progress Table Tennis Club and the Ping England phenomena, West London Ping promotes table tennis at both the community and competition level and its influence stretches across a number of West London boroughs.

We have developed and sustained a thriving Friday evening community session at the Chelsea Academy. Open to all standards, players can pit their talents against players of similar ability.

We have coached a number of high performers including an Irish international, a Surrey County Cadet and an English Schools cadet London Champion. In the past five years, we have won no less than ten national medals in the English Schools Championships, including a Gold Medal for Fox Primary School.

In the National Junior League (North London section) we have by far the largest contingent of players, with over fifty players competing under the RBKC/West London Ping banner. We are involved in three sets of tournaments; the National Junior League, the annual English Schools Championships, and the London Youth Games.