After much deliberation, Table Tennis England is delighted to announce the winners of our #TableTennisDay competitions.

As part of the July 16, Table Tennis Day celebrations, Table Tennis England launched three competitions designed to challenge creativity and engage players and fans who may not have had access to a table on the day.

The competitions included ‘Best Selfie – take a fun and smiley selfie to show how you took part in Table Tennis Day’; ‘Design a Bat – create your perfect Table Tennis Day bat’; ‘Trick Shot Challenge – show your skills with a bat and ball’ and ‘Spot the Ball – Find the missing ball from our photo from the Senior National Championships’.

The entries were considered by a panel of judges from Table Tennis England, who were highly impressed by the range of creative bat designs, selfies and trick-shots produced.

Caroline Howkins, Children and Young People Manager for Table Tennis England, said: “We had hundreds of entries for the Design a Bat competition and it was fantastic to see so many young people get involved in Table Tennis Day in their schools and clubs. The creativity of the bat designs were excellent which made it really hard to choose only one winner. It was nice to see whole classes getting involved together in the spirit of the day.”

Steve McFadyen, Clubs and Disability Officer for Table Tennis England, said: “It was great to see real club involvement and support in Table Tennis Day. Clubs put on a tremendous effort across the country to come together, have fun and support the day. Well done to our winners and we hope to see more of the same next year!”

**Drumroll please** And the winners are…

Design a Bat
Winner: Max Crabtree, from Year 4 at Wheatley Lane Primary School in Lancashire

Top three:

Trick Shot Challenge
Winner: Haworth Hawks Table Tennis Club

Haworth Hawks Table Tennis Club Trick Shot ChallengeCongratulations to Haworth Hawks Table Tennis Club whose entry into the #TableTennisDay Trick Shot Challenge was selected as our winner- a fantastic collective effort from the club!

Posted by Table Tennis England on Friday, 31 July 2015

Best Selfie
Winner: Swerve Table Tennis Club

Spot the Ball
Winner: Joseph McGovern from Nottingham

All of the winning entries have been contacted directly with details of how to claim their prizes.

And here are some more photos of events around the country which have been sent to us in the past couple of weeks:

Dave Barr – Man with the Pan (Woolton Hill TTC)
‘Posh Pingers’ in their Dinner Jackets (Ormesby TTC)
Tony Woodward – the Admiral (Rothersthorpe TTC)
Jaywing in Sheffield hosted a workplace event with England star Sam Walker

For more information on some of the great events that happened around the country on #TableTennisDay please click here.