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Let the dream begin – an article from a parent in last week’s Youth Division Closed competition in Homebush

Ethan Chow and David Coleman, MP for Banks
It was about two years ago this time (Feb 13) when I was taking my son to participate in the Junior Division. He was competing in the Division 6 as he was a beginner at the time for only playing table tennis for a few months. 
Forwarding two years (2015), I was taking my son again to the same competition last week in Homebush. He was playing in the higher divisions (Div 1 & 2) this time.
Though, this was not the only difference last week. I had noticed there were a lot of more junior entering the competition these days. I recognized some old faces but there were also many new faces playing in the matches. There were male and female players, some very young players and new group of junior players notably from the Aust. Korean community.
The competition started at 9am with Divisions 1, 3 & 5 Singles. There were some surprised results earlier in Div 1. The final was played between Richard Wang (our NSW U15 Rank#1 in 2014) and Alex Lee (a Korean junior recently arrived in Sydney). The match was tight with Richard winning 3:2. Jeremy PQ Tran and R Zhang were the winners of Div 3 & 5 Singles respectively.
The Doubles then followed with the twin brothers Mike and Bob Liang beating  Rohan Dhooria / Jules Vahl in the Div 1/2 Doubles final. Another brother team A Chee & M Chee was also winning the Div 3/4 Doubles.
Divisions 2, 4 & 6 then followed. Alex Lee eventually won the Div 2 Singles final (3:1) with Ethan Chow being the runner up. C Crowe and J Loekman were winning the Div 4 & 6 Singles respectively.
The day’s competition concluded with the U21 Men Singles in the afternoon. Again some surprised results with most top seeds leaving the competition early. Tom Z Lu was getting into the final meeting Rohan Dhooria who was the National U15 Champion in 2014. Rohan won the U21 Men final.
My son always has a dream to win a medal with the State Junior team. He is working hard on this goal. I believe many new juniors will also have their dreams. Last week was only the beginning of the 2015 competition. Let their dreams begin here…
A junior player’s parent
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