The Selectors


Stephen Gertsen

TTS Non-Executive Performance Director

Table Tennis Scotland Performance Director, Sports Lecturer at UHI Moray, Performance Lifestyle Practitioner for SportScotland Level 4 coach, masters in Elite Performance. Represented Wales at the Euros, World, and Commonwealth Games. Stephen has coached internationally at all age groups for Wales, England, and Scotland.


Gordon Muir

Gordon is a Development Officer at Murrayfield TTC and has been coaching at the club since 2010. He has helped coach several Scottish internationalists in group classes and on a one to one basis. Furthermore, he has attended many Scottish, British and International tournaments in a coaching capacity and has a good knowledge of the Scottish table tennis scene.


Lisa Notarangelo

Lisa is the Local League Coordinator and Administrator for Stirlingshire TTA and has served on their committee for the past 10 years.
She is the Lead Junior Coach at Grange TTC (UKCC Level 2) and as a player has competed locally and nationally for the last 20 years.


Iain Rhind

Iain has been the driving force behind Glasgow South Table Tennis Club for the last decade, coaching hundreds of players of all ages and developing complete beginners to international level. An accredited UKCC Level 3 coach Iain has been a regular fixture at competitions on the Scottish circuit for many years, giving him a detailed knowledge of the top Scottish players.


Dylan De Silva

Dylan De Silva is head coach at Dumfries TTC. He has been involved with coaching at Dumfries and assisting with junior national training squads for many years. Dylan has represented Scotland’s veterans in the home nations and continues to play at a good level, being a regular feature in the Dumfries national league squad. His main interest, however, is coaching, and he loves a deep dive into the technical and mental aspects of table tennis. He has worked with many of Scotland’s young players on a regular basis, as well as some of Scotland’s seniors, which makes him a great addition to the TTS selection team.


Natalie Gallan