Mark Mitchell

Head Coach UKCC leave 2 ETTA leavel 4

Mark is an Ex England International with 55 caps. During his playing career he won a European Team Bronze Medal and the National League Team Title twice. He also won the Portuguese Open and Icelandic Open. He is now a full time Professional Table Tennis Coach. He is an ETTA level 4 Coach and UKCC level 3 tutor and assessor. He was the GB Paralympic Coach for over 18 years, attending 4 Paralympic Games and numerous World and European Championships. He coached at the UK school games for 5 years consecutively. Recently he coached the Boys Team at Coleridge school and helped them to win the National Boys Schools Team Under 13 title and he also coached The Perse Prep Boys school to achieve second place in the Under 11 event. He is currently St. Neots TT Club Head Coach and works with Table Tennis England to write and deliver Continuing Professional Development days for other coaches.

Natasha Williams

Coach UKCC Level 2

Natasha has represented Wales at Cadet, junior and senior levels. She is a Welsh international, Commonwealth Bronze medallist and six times Welsh Ladies Champion. She is actively involved in coaching the Welsh team. Over the last few years in particular she has been coaching the Welsh Ladies team. At the Commonwealth Championships in 2015 she coached the ladies team to a bronze medal. Natasha has also coached the ladies team at the World Championships in Kuala Lumpur and various European competitions. She Coached the Welsh girl’s team at the 2017 UK school games. She is currently coaching at a local middle school and at St Neots Table Tennis club.

Simon Pryke

Coach UKCC Level 1

Simon has played at county level from Junior through to Veterans. He is currently ranked in the top 50 Veterans in England and won the Veterans British league division 2 title in 2018. He recently passed his UKCC level 1 and is enjoying passing on his knowledge to Club members.

Daniel Bullen

Coach UKCC Level 1

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Di Gutteridge

Beginner Coach ETTA Level 2

Di has been involved with Table Tennis both as a player and coach for many years. She started playing at the age of 11 at St Neots Table Tennis Club.

Throughout her playing career she has represented Huntingdonshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and now Cambridgeshire.

With a background of teaching Physical Education Di now concentrates her time introducing children to the game by working in local schools, and also coaching juniors at the Club.

John Mitchell

Improvers Coach ETTA Level 2

John is a former St. Neots club junior representing the club in the South East Midlands League, eastern regional squad and helped dig the footings of the club before going off to study. He represented Portsmouth Polytechnic in the local Portsmouth league before starting work in Surrey. Here he played in the Sutton and Cheam, Byfleet and Thames Valley leagues. He started coaching at his local New Haw club around 1984 before work brought him back to the St Neots area in 1987 and started coaching at the club. Obtained his ETTA Assistant Coach (level 2) qualification in 1991 and started his level 3 qualification in 1993. However this was not completed due to ever demanding work commitments. Coaching and playing commitments were curtailed for a few years due to these commitments. Has recently returned to assisting with the coaching at the club following retirement due to ill health.

Phil Crossly

Beginner Coach UKCC Level 3

Phil returned to playing table tennis when his sons began playing the sport at school. Prior to this Phil had played as a teenager and in the early 80’s for his works team. He plays regularly in the local league and has been actively involved in coaching since 2015. Phil runs the clubs' disability session which meets on Thursday mornings.

Jo Bullen

Welfare Officer

Jo has been the Clubs' Welfare Officer since 2010. If you have any welfare issues to report then don't hesitate to contact her via email at The Club takes welfare issues very seriously and will investigate any concerns with all due diligence. 

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