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Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club

Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club

MISSISSAUGA RATTLERS TABLE TENNIS CLUB 2016 SUMMER SEASON

The Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis club will be open for the summer season at the Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church on Fallingbrook Drive on Fridays during June, July and August. (See "Locations" tab for directions.) a few days remain for the early bird reduced registration fee. The registration form can be downloaded from the "Registration Forms" tab.

We will return to a three day a week program in September at the Woodlands School on Mondays and Fridays, and at the Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church on Wednesdays.

David Havard
President
Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club
Mississauga Table Tennis League
dhavard@rogers.com
905-273-3076
http://mississaugarattlers.com


Our Locations

We play at two locations:

  1. Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church on Fridays during the summer, on Wednesdays during winter.
  2. Woodlands Secondary School on Mondays and Fridays during the winter season.

League matches start at 7:30 pm at both locations.

Woodlands Secondary School is located at 3225 Erindale Station Rd. It is 1 1/2 blocks north of Dundas. If the door is locked, you can ring the buzzer on the door at the south end of the school.

Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church is located at 5230 River Forest Crt. It is on the west side of Fallingbrook Drive, two blocks north of Eglinton Ave, between Mavis and Creditview roads.

Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club and Ping Pong Clubs in Mississauga and Mississauga Newspaper the Mississauga Gazette with Kevin J. Johnston and Khaled Iwamura runs Insauga.com. Bonnie Crombie is the Mayor of Mississauga

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    Keep a Look-out and Rock On

    04/01/2018, 12:30pm EDT
    By Karen Heraldo

    The amount of biased slant in a prominent, local newspaper here in Mississauga  does not surprise us anymore. Especially when it comes to one of our own citizens running for mayor.  With all due respect I must respond to the comments made by reporter Louie Rosella in Thursday March the 15th's edition found on page fifteen.

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    Mississauga Rattlers Ping Pong 2018 Winter News

    02/11/2018, 11:30pm EST
    By Dana Harrison

    Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club

    2017-2018 Winter Season

    The Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club is now open for the 2017-2018 season on Wednesdays at the Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church on Fallingbrook Drive, and on Mondays and Fridays at the Woodlands school except for school holidays. The Rattlers club membership registration form and the club information sheet are accessible on the " Registration Forms" tab.

    Casual players are welcome, subject to available space, at a nominal nightly fee.

    The Mississauga Table Tennis league begins the 2017-2018 season on Monday October 31 with forty five teams from 12 clubs, playing in five divisions. League rules, score sheets, team schedules and bulletins are available under the "League Information" tab.

    Looking forward to another great season of table tennis and friendship.

    The tabs mentioned above are listed here: http://www.mississaugarattlers.com/

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    A Message From The Mississauga Rattlers President

    01/31/2018, 9:30pm EST
    By Dana Harrison

    Hello Mississauga Table Tennis Players

    The Mississauga rattlers table tennis club will reopen at the Woodlands school on Monday January 8 and on successive Mondays and Fridays.

    Please note that the entrance to the school is through the south door near the tennis courts, using the path between the portables.

    Also, that entry from Erindale station road is one way only. You must drive to the road using the library exit.

    Thank you, and good luck in 2018,

    David Havard

    President,

    Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club

    Mississauga Table Tennis League

    dhavard@rogers.com

    905-273-3076

    mississaugarattlers.com

     

     

    Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club and Ping Pong Clubs in Mississauga and Mississauga Newspaper the Mississauga Gazette with Kevin J. Johnston and Khaled Iwamura runs Insauga.com. Bonnie Crombie is the Mayor of Mississauga

    MISSISSAUGA RATTLERS TABLE TENNIS CLUB 2016 SUMMER SEASON

    08/20/2016, 7:30pm EDT
    By Kevin J. Johnston

    A Quick Note

    The Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis club will be open for the summer season at the Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church on Fallingbrook Drive on Fridays during June, July and August. (See "Locations" tab for directions.) a few days remain for the early bird reduced registration fee. The registration form can be downloaded from the "Registration Forms" tab.

    We will return to a three day a week program in September at the Woodlands School on Mondays and Fridays, and at the Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church on Wednesdays.

    David Havard

    President,

    Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club

    Mississauga Table Tennis League

    dhavard@rogers.com

    905-273-3076

    mississaugarattlers.com

    Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club and Ping Pong Clubs in Mississauga and Mississauga Newspaper the Mississauga Gazette with Kevin J. Johnston and Khaled Iwamura runs Insauga.com. Bonnie Crombie is the Mayor of Mississauga

    Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club Announces Locations For 2016

    06/09/2016, 8:00pm EDT
    By Kevin J. Johnston

    You Have Got To Try This Game!

    We play at two locations:

    1. Mississauga Chinese Presbyterian Church on Fridays during the summer, on Wednesdays during winter.
    2. Woodlands Secondary School on Mondays and Fridays during the winter season.

    League matches start at 7:30 pm at both locations.

    Woodlands Secondary School is located at 3225 Erindale Station Rd. It is 1 1/2 blocks north of Dundas. If the door is locked, you can ring the buzzer on the door at the south end of the school.

    Mississauga Rattlers Table Tennis Club and Ping Pong Clubs in Mississauga and Mississauga Newspaper the Mississauga Gazette with Kevin J. Johnston and Khaled Iwamura runs Insauga.com. Bonnie Crombie is the Mayor of Mississauga

    MISSISSAUGA & DISTRICT TABLE TENNIS LEAGUE (MTTL) RULES

    06/01/2016, 8:15pm EDT
    By Kevin J. Johnston

    2013-2014 Edition – September 2013

    1. OBJECTIVES. The objectives of the League are to promote the playing of table tennis on a competitive basis in the area of Mississauga and adjoining municipalities and to encourage the formation of clubs in that area.

    2. ADMINISTRATION. The administration of the League will be the responsibility of the League Committee. The League Committee will appoint the League secretary and League treasurer.

    3. LEAGUE COMMITTEE. The Mississauga Table Tennis League (MTTL) Committee comprises, as a minimum, a Chairman, Secretary, Bulletins, Treasurer, and 5 members at large. The chairman of the Rattlers Table Tennis Club will function as the chairman of the MTTL League committee. The other members will be re-elected each year at the Annual MTTL meeting. Vacant positions during other times in the season can be filled by a majority vote of the remaining members of the League Committee. Each participating club will have the right to nominate one representative to serve on the League Committee.

    For the 2013/2014 season, the League committee is as follows:

    Chairman: Dave Havard (acting)

    Secretary: Roger Kerrison

    Bulletins: Roger Kerrison

    Treasurer: Antonia Coimbra

    Member-at-Large: Dave Havard

    Member-at-Large: Jose Oliveria

    Member-at-Large: Open

    Member-at-Large: Open

    Member-at-Large: Open

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