Hall of Fame Commonwealth

Table Tennis Ulster Hall of Fame

Commonwealth Games Representatives

Daryl Strong

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Games – 2002 Manchester – Representing N.Ireland
5X Commonwealth Championships – Representing N.Ireland
7X Nations Master’s Champion
4X Ulster Senior Champion
4X Irish Master’s Champion
4X Irish Men’s Doubles Champion

Andrew Dennison

Top Achievements

2X Commonwealth Games – 2002 Manchester, 2006 Melbourne – Representing N.Ireland
Best Ranking; No.21 in the Commonwealth
13X Ulster Singles Champion
4X Irish National Singles Champion
Semi-finalist in Iceland Open
Runner-up in Welsh Open Doubles (Partner Jonny Cowan)

Jason Sugrue

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Games – 2006 Melbourne – Representing N.Ireland
British and Irish Men’s Champion
All Ireland Champion
10X British Premier Champion
Ulster, Lenister, Munster, Classification top 12 and National Champion all in the same season.

Zak Wilson

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Games – 2018 Australia – Reaching Quarter-Finals – Representing N.Ireland
Bronze Medal Team in Commonwealth Championships – 2015 India – Representing N.Ireland
Junior Prague Grand Prix – Team and Singles Champion
Oberliga League Champions with Hannover 96
1X U21 National Champion

Owen Cathcart

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Games – 2018 Australia – Reaching Quater-Finals – Representing N.Ireland
Bronze Medal Team in Commonwealth Championships – 2015 India – Representing N.Ireland
3X ITTF Cadet Singles Winner –
Belgium, Serbia & Slovakia
Multiple Team & Doubles ITTF Medals
ITTF Swedish Junior Open Winner 2020
No.22 in World Cadets
Last 64 in World Championships Budapest
1X Irish Senior Men’s National Champion

Claire Nelson

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Games – 2010 Delhi – Representing N.Ireland
1X Commonwealth Youth Games – 2008
1X Commonwealth Championships – 2009 – Representing N.Ireland
1X Primary Schools Blackburn – Singles and Team Winner
1X International Youth Cup, Hasselt – Team Winner
Roskilde Open – Junior Runner Up
Playing in Poitiers in the French League

Amanda Mogey

Top Achievements

2X Commonwealth Games – 2010 Delhi, 2014 Glasgow – N.Ireland
Several Caps at World & European Senior Championships
Commonwealth Championships – N.Ireland
3X Irish Senior Women’s Champion
Senior Six Nations Team Gold & Singles Bronze
Luxembourg Open Women’s Singles – Last 16
Multiple British GP Women’s Singles Bronze Medalist
Highest World Ranking: 384

World & European Championships Representatives

Jennifer Thompson

Top Achievements

6X Commonwealth Championships – Representing N.Ireland
3X World Championships
4X European Championships
6X Irish Women’s National Champion
Over 100 Senior Caps for Ireland
Winning all four provinvial Championships

Tom Heasley

Top Achievements

7X Commonwealth Championships – Representing N.Ireland – 3X Player 4X Coach
1X European Juniors – 1974 Zagreb
Senior International Debut against Japan
2X European Championships – Duisburg and Moscow
1X Irish Champion – 1990
Won Lenister & Connacht Opens

Derek Weir

Top Achievements

4X Commonwealth Championships – Representing N.Ireland
77X World Championships, European League, English and Welsh Opens and against China
Top Ranking; Ulster No.1, Ireland No.2 (behind Colm Slevin)
2X Ulster Counties Champion
1X Irish Close Champion
31X Men’s Singles Titles, Men’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles

Sophie Earley

Top Achievements

No.2 in Europe Cadets 2020
No.8 in World Cadets 2020
3X Medals ITTF Czech Junior & Cadet Open 2020
Bronze Medal ITTF Hungarian Junior & Cadet Open
Represented World Team Twice in World Cadet Challenge
Bronze Medal in Sainsbury’s UK School Games – 2016
National Titles – U15,18,21,Senior & Mixed Doubles
Won Primary Schools International 2017

Commonwealth Championships Representatives

Emma McSorley

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Championships – 2015 India – Representing N.Ireland
Bronze Medal in Sainsbury’s UK School Games – 2014
6X Interprovincials – 3 Junior, 3 Senior
8X British League – 5 Junior, 3 Women’s
1X Hasselt Six Nation Primary Schools

Erin Thompson

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Championships – 2015 India – Representing N.Ireland
1X National Women’s Double Champion – 2015
1X Senior Six Nations Singles – 2015 – Ireland
Premier Division of Women’s British League 
Bronze Medal in Sainsbury’s UK School Games  – 2013

Phil Wallace

Top Achievements

1X Commonwealth Championships – 2000 Singapore – Representing N.Ireland
1X Irish National Veterans Champion 2020
1X Team and Doubles Silver Medals at Veterans Home Nations 2017
6X Gold Medal at Interprovincial’s
1X Irish National Team Tournament Winner – 2013

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