NORTH Ayrshire will play host to some of Scotland's finest table tennis talents on Sunday, November 5.

It comes as two venues in the local authority have stepped up to host Scottish National League fixtures after flooding left the previous host venue out of action.

The first round of fixtures was only completed a few weeks ago before the main hall at the Bells Sport Centre in Perth became a victim of Storm Babet - and is closed until further notice.

As a result, the second round of matches will now be held at St Matthew's Academy in Saltcoats and the Inverclyde Sports Centre in Largs.

There are six divisions within the Scottish set-up - with the top three playing their matches across 13 tables at St Matthews and the further three divisions playing their games in Largs.

A total of 48 teams will be competing across the two venues - with 150 players involved - including four North Ayrshire Table Tennis Club (NATTC) sides.

NATTC have two teams in the Scottish National League Division one, with a further team in each of Division Four and Six.

NATTC A currently have a perfect record in the top division after winning their opening two fixtures.

Each team participating on Sunday will play three matches so there is plenty of action to take in.

Play will commence from 9.30am and continue until 5pm at the venues.