Para Table Tennis


Table Tennis Ireland is the National Governing Body for Para Table Tennis.  

The sport was included in the first Paralympic Games in Rome in 1960 and is now estimated to have more than 40 million competitive players and millions of recreational players. 

Para Table Tennis Ireland Vision and Strategy 

Govern, promote, and develop Para Table Tennis in Ireland  

Support clubs and coaches to become more inclusive, and implement Para Table Tennis programs in line with their able-bodied programs 

Organise training camps and competitions for Para athletes at provincial and national level 

Represent Irish Para Table Tennis in Ireland and abroad  

Select and support the provincial, national and international Para Table Tennis squads.

Any queries, please email [email protected][email protected]

Table Tennis Ireland Para National Training Squad

Colin Judge


Eoin Kelly caught up with High Performance Para Athlete Collin Judge to chat about his recent success, challenges of reclassification and his goals for 2024.

Sam Logue


Eoin Kelly sat down with Para Coach Sam Logue to discuss qualities to be a successful Para Table Tennis player, different aspects of coaching, and his goals for Para Table tennis in 2024.

Mick Cunningham


Eoin Kelly sat down with Para table tennis player Mick Cunningham to talk about his sporting achievements, why he takes part in para sport, the benefits of participating, and his goals for para sport in the future.

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