By Writing the Eagle
Published on 19 May 22 at 20:30
Saturday May 14, 2022, the Chandai Future Table Tennis Club held its common meeting, at the socio-cultural corridor of Chandai (Orne), underneath the chairmanship of Jean-Luc Lebreton and in the presence of the mayor Serge Godard.
Created in 1968, it was determined to dissolve the club and switch the stability of funds at the Chandai Culture and Heritage Club. Table tennis tables are additionally provided to them, to permit them so as to add an exercise. Three of the 5 gamers have determined to hitch the Saint Martin-Saint Sulpice-sur-Risle club subsequent season.
During this reasonably particular assembly, flowers have been provided to Pierre Borel, founder of the club, in addition to to André Giligny, treasurer and participant since 1973 and to Jean-Pierre Rey, participant for 40 years. Note that the club, having completed first in its group, will take part on June 3 and 10, in the departmental finals 4.
A merger with one other club has been thought of
The season proved tough to handle after the Covid impact and several other departures from the club. With seven licensees, together with Pierre Borel and André Giligny, we began the season with 5 very enthusiastic gamers (Yvonne, Jean-Pierre, Alain, Michel and Jean-Luc). Due to harm or sickness, the workforce enjoying in D3 needed to play a number of instances with three gamers as a substitute of 4. We due to this fact descended from division for the second part in D4. Today, we’re at the prime of our pool and need to play the departmental finals.
“Faced with the difficulties in recruiting new players, we considered many solutions for the future of the club. The merger with another club, I contacted the president of the club of Saint-Sulpice-Saint Martin who was open to discussion. Unable to commit to the continuity of the payment of a subsidy by the municipality of Chandai and in the face of the understandable reluctance of some of their players, we abandoned this idea”, continues the president of the Chandai club.
“It should be noted that the club in question has kindly received us on several occasions for joint training. The club is dissolved or put to sleep, for a possible takeover by a serious team. In both cases, we close the accounts and transmit the funds with its agreement to the local heritage association chaired by Pierre Mézières. We had met to discuss it together. The four tables are offered to the same association, advising them to sell the two oldest and keep the two newer ones which could be used for their activities,” he explains.
Namely that Michel and I cannot play once more subsequent yr, that Yvonne and Alain will be part of the Saint Sulpice-Saint Martin club. I go away Jean-Pierre in disarray, he who has been a member of the club for 40 years and I sincerely remorse it.
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