Scottish table tennis player Gavin Rumgay secured an incredible record breaking13th men’s national singles title on Saturday 28th April.

Gavin had just returned from the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games for Team Scotland and was in fine form last weekend in Perth.

His victory in the final over Scotland no2 Craig Howieson was the 8th time that the pair have played against each other in a national final. Rumgay has won on every occasion.

Euan Walker of East Kilbride had won the Scottish title on twelve previous occasions but retired in 2007. Since then Rumgay has dominated table tennis in Scotland and has also won twenty five British grand prix titles.

Rumgay, who is known for his huge winning celebrations was slightly less animated after his win on Saturday but the crowd were treated to numerous long rallies and six action packed sets of table tennis.

Below displays the four Scotland table tennis legends and how many national titles they have accumulated.

1. GAVIN RUMGAY 13 national titles

2. Euan Walker 12 national titles

3. David Hannah 10 national titles

4. Richard Yule 8 national titles

Highlights of the Scottish National Final will be available to view on very soon.