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This years 2020 Irish National Championships where held a little different to previous years. Initially postponed from April, Nationals were due to take place on August 22nd and 23rd, however, due to circumstances with COVID-19 this was postponed to the following week after being given the go ahead by Sport Ireland. Day 1 of
The second weekend of Irish National Championships took place on Saturday 5th September 2020 at the Irish Wheelchair Association. This consisted of U21 Men’s, Cadet Boys and Girls Singles. U21 MEN’S SILVER – James Skelton BRONZE – Zak Earley and Thomas Earley CADET GIRLS SINIGLES GOLD – Lucy Mcivor SILVER – Emily Flynn BRONZE
Table Tennis Ulster held their AGM on Monday 17th August. Due to the current circumstances of COVID-19, this was held via Zoom. Chairman expressed thanks to the outgoing Exec Committee for their hard work and dedication during the past season. All sporting achievements of our athletes at local, national and international level at the
After originally being postponed due to the current circumstances of COVID-19, the first weekend of the Irish National Championships went underway on Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th August at the Irish Wheelchair Association Sports Hall in Dublin. Many Ulster players competed showing good results while staying safe, wearing masks when not playing and using
Ireland’s Sophie Earley, 14, has burst onto the scene with a stunning show at cadet level in Europe and with the help of Sport Ireland, ITTF has managed to gain some added insight into the teenage prodigy’s journey so far. Sophie Earley has more than showcased her talent on the junior and cadet circuit
Day 2 of the DL Open had arrived and Gervis was deep into his second bacon butty while I was enjoying my healthy porridge with nuts and honey. We waited for everyone to arrive and were a little taken aback to be greeted by many stressed and worried looking faces. Gervis leaned over to
We had just dropped off the last Table at Ormeau at around 10.30pm on Sunday night and were sitting in our white van when Gervis gave me one of those ‘why do we bother?’ looks! We pondered for a split second and then both burst out laughing! We bother because we love sport, have

Ormeau Junior Challenger

Excellent day at the Ormeau Junior Challenger sponsored by Andrew Dennison Sports with 36 players battling it out over 130+ matches over 4 divisions! Full results and photos from today available on our website. Big thank you to all the players and parents who supported our event. Many thanks to Ranjit for looking after
A busy Saturday at Wellington Presbyterian Church as Wellington TTC played host to two tournaments. First the Frank Spalding Memorial Masters table tennis tournament commenced at 9am on Saturday morning with the finals played 1pm. Then the Ballymena Junior Table Tennis Challenger event followed hot on its heels at 2pm with the finals played
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