Home News Fixtures Coaching AWD Fees Contact Us



























spicytonight.com.au

AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS


Congratulations to Rebecca Tran and Tahnee Green who brought home silver and bronze medals from Alice Springs after being runners-up in the Under 13 Girls Doubles and claiming third place in the Under 13 Girls Team competition. Also, Hayden Green was named at sixth in the Under 15 Boys Order of Merit for the tournament, while Rebecca was placed ninth in the Under 13 Girls. Several of our other players were unlucky to narrowly miss out on medals, either coming fourth in their team event or losing in quarter-finals of doubles events. Congratulations also to Briahna Connolly who was selected to be one of Queensland’s flag bearers, along with Jake Duffy (Gold Coast), at the Opening Ceremony. Jake, the 2016 Bundaberg Open champion, had a stellar tournament, leading the Queensland Under 18 Boys team to gold, then making a clean sweep of the Under 18 individual events (singles, doubles, mixed doubles) – a wonderful achievement and great reward for many years of dedication to the sport.


QUEENSLAND SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016


Nine Bundaberg school teams competed at the State finals at the end of Term 2, three being successful while another three were runners-up in their division. St Lukes won the Girls Open division, Shaina and Tahnee Green defeating a strong team from San Sisto College in the final. Hayden Green and Kobe Pozzan also won for St Lukes, downing an unlucky Shalom (Brendan Connolly and Sam Freeman) in the final of the Junior Boys. Meg Freeman and Tayla Scott won the Hopes Girls event for St Patricks. Bundaberg Christian College teams came home with two silver medals, Jemimah Lawsen and Amy MacDonald being runners-up in the Junior Girls, and Matthew Udal and Odin Luketic coming second in the Hopes Boys.


The previous week, Nicholas Jefferson and Johnny Barrett won the Queensland Schools Para team event at the Gold Coast for Bundaberg State High.


Congratulations to all teams and players for your outstanding performances.


COACHING SESSIONS


Monday Juniors (Rep. Squad)                4.30 – 6.00 p.m.

Monday Adults                              7.00 – 9.00 p.m.

Tuesday Juniors                            4.30 – 6.00 p.m.

Thursday AWD / Special Olympics            4.30 – 6.00 p.m.

Thursday Rep. Juniors (tbc)                5.00 – 7.00 p.m.

Friday Juniors                             7.00 - 9.00 p.m.


There are many opportunities for players, especially Juniors, to be coached throughout the week.

By attending these coaching sessions, players improve their skills and therefore enjoy playing more and achieve greater success. Please see Dave Delpratt for more information about the best sessions to attend.

UPCOMING DATES

20 July

Start Secondary Schools

Winter season

31 July

"Sunday Fun Day"

for Rio Olympics

2 - 4 September

Bundaberg Closed Championships

13, 14, 16 September

Finals of Winter Div 1/2

& Term 3 Junior seasons

Visit us on Facebook!

Check out

these great videos!

The Battle:

Ma Long vs Timo Boll!

By TTCElbeDresden

Xu Xin demonstrating brilliant footwork!

By Stiga Table Tennis

Timo Boll vs Dominique Plattner (Champions League 2014/2015)

By TableTennisDaily

2016-17 Committee


POSITION            POST HOLDER

Patron                       Pauline Langford

President                    Phil Freeman

Vice President               Steve Ricketts

Secretary                    Rhonda Dawson

Treasurer                    Tom McDonald

Committee Members            Nikki Udal; Michele Brockhurst;

                             Deleece McDonald; Cathy Rivers

Grading Committee            Steve Ricketts; Dave Delpratt;

                             Neville Newitt; Nikki Udal

Development Officer /

Newsletter Editor            Dave Delpratt

Publicity / Records          Dave Delpratt


All members are welcome to attend and speak at our monthly Committee meetings.

Meetings are normally held on the 2nd Monday of the month, starting 7.30 p.m.