Colin Judge in action
This year will see Colin Judge embark on a qualification campaign all around the world in an attempt to qualify for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Colin has 3 missing limbs and Table Tennis is the sport that gave h ...
Pictured are Owen Cathcart (Men's Singles Champion), Ken Strong (President) and Sophie Earley (Ladies Singles Champion)
The Irish National Championships, supported by Joola, took place in Lisburn 1-3 March 2019. There were 18 National titles ...
Sophie Earley in action
Table Tennis Ireland sent a Cadet Girls team consisting of Sophie Earley(Ormeau), Silke Heinen (Leeside) and Pravesha Ragi (Loop) to this event. Owen Cathcart (Halmstad BTK/Ormeau) who has now relocated to Sweden was also i ...
The first morning of action saw the doubles competition. Ireland had three teams in the standing event and one in the wheelchair. The Irish pairings found it difficult facing against teams who clearly had a lot more experience in the tough doubles fo ...
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