Table Tennis England is looking for players, organisers and club officials to help steer our competition review.

The review, announced at the end of last year, will help to ensure the competition programme is fit for purpose and meets the needs of our members, as well as addressing issues including sustainability, accessibility, calendar congestion and geographical spread.

It will be guided by a steering group, balancing expertise and key representation, including Board, Members’ Advisory Group, tournament officials, clubs and players and we are now asking for expressions of interest from people who would like to be part of the steering group.

Any players, or individuals representing clubs or who organise tournaments, should submit expressions of interest by January 31 by email to [email protected], accompanied by short statement detailing relevant background and experience. We are looking for individuals with a good understanding of the breadth of Table Tennis England competition, and who will help represent the full range of stakeholders.

Neil Rogers, Table Tennis England Head of Competitions & Events, said: “This is a great opportunity for people who are at the heart of our sport to support this essential work and ensure we have the right competition framework going forward.

“We really want to reflect the diversity of our membership, so I would encourage people from all areas of the sport to get in touch.”

We will be undertaking full consultation among members and details will be announced in due course.