MATTHEW McCormick has plenty to cheer about after winning Halton Regional Table Tennis Centre's Christmas competition.
He beat defending champion Joshua Mc-Giveron to claim the open singles title.
The trophy was presented by Chris Hatton, Halton's junior inter-town team coach who made the trophy which he presented.
Meanwhile, Matthew has been selected, along with fellow Halton TTC member Daisy Hogarth, to lead out the teams when England and Holland meet at Halton Stadium in the New Year.
Daisy was runner-up in the Under 11 girls' North West trials and Matthew finished third in the corresponding U13s boys' event.
The Halton Christmas competition and festive party were organised by community coach Frank James.
Losing semi-finalists were Glyn Wheeler and Daniel McEvoy.
The Consolation Singles title went to Matthew Buxton with the runner-up being Daniel Hunter.
The girls' singles winner was Stephanie Bear and the runner-up Jade Carr.
Skills prizes were won by Brandon Connor and Charlotte Aspey and the dedicated player award went to Luke Buxton.