updated 9:00 AM AEST, Aug 13, 2018

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Phone: (02) 8736 1266
Email: mail@ttnsw.org.au
Address: Quad 1, Level 2, 8 Parkview Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127
 

Schools Program

Table Tennis for Schools

 
Welcome back for the 2018 school year which again promises to be a busy and eventful year.
 
Table Tennis NSW has a number of events planned specifically for Schools in 2018 and I am pleased to provide advance details to you.
1. Free Schools Table Tennis Challenge for the Eastwood Lunar New Year Festival. Matches will be played after school and weekends until 23 February. The Mayor of Ryde will present the medals on stage 24 February. For any information contact Andrew Hill 0447 827 788
2. Friday 6 April is World Table Tennis Day. Why not have your school enjoy the day and use the opportunity to raise much needed funds
3. The NSW Secondary Schoolgirl’s Challenge Cup will be held Friday 11 May at Sydney Olympic Park. The tournament will be in three divisions which are Junior, Grades 7 and 8, Intermediate, Grades 9 and 10, and Senior, Grades 11 and 12.
4. The NSW Secondary Schoolboy’s Challenge Cup will be held Monday 14 May at Sydney Olympic Park. The tournament will also be in three divisions as for the Schoolgirls
5. The NSW Primary Schools Championships will be held Monday 21 May at Sydney Olympic Park. The tournament will be in three divisions, Infant, Kindergarten to Year 2, Junior, Years 3 and 4, and seniors Years 5 and 6.
6. The NSW Secondary Schoolboy’s Shield will be held Monday 27 August at Sydney Olympic Park. This tournament gives you the opportunity to test your players, regardless of age, against the opposition
7. The NSW Secondary Schoolgirl’s Shield will be held Friday 31 August at Sydney Olympic Park. This tournament is on identical lines to the Schoolboy’s Shield
8. The Bennelong Cup will once again be held this year with an improved format. The Local Member, Mr John Alexander, will once again be lending his support to this tournament. Details will be announced shortly.   
 
Please mark these dates in your diaries and join us for these exciting tournaments
 
Ted Davis
Vice President
Table Tennis NSW 
 
 
 

Active Kids Program

 

 
The NSW Government will allocate $207 million over four years to establish Active Kids. 
The Active Kids Rebate Voucher of $100 is now available. Apply Now
 
What is Active Kids?
The NSW Government will provide a $100 voucher to parents/guardians of school enrolled children. The $100 voucher can be used for registration and participation costs for sport and fitness activities.
The initiative aims to reduce barriers to participation and help change the physical activity behaviours of children and young people in NSW.
 
Who is eligible to claim the voucher?
Every child (4.5 – 18 years’ old) enrolled in school from Kindergarten to Year 12 will be eligible for an Active Kids Voucher. This includes those who are home-schooled or enrolled in secondary school education at TAFE NSW. It will not be means tested and one voucher will be available for every child in the family annually over the next four years. There will be no limits on the number of applications per family, as long as every child is enrolled in school.
 
How long are vouchers valid?
Vouchers provided are valid for redemption during the current calendar year activity program (Year 1 will commence from 31 January and expire on 31 December 2018).
Vouchers are available for redemption once only for the nominated registered season or term of activity.
 
What can the voucher be used for?
The voucher can be used for registration or membership fees for structured activities of no less than eight weeks’ duration that provide a moderate to vigorous level of physical activity, for example:
  1. sporting pursuits
  2. swimming lessons
  3. structured fitness program
  4. outdoor education programs
  5. approved active recreation (dance etc)
  6. equipment ordinarily provided by the provider on registration for competition.
Physical activity is defined as movement involving large muscles (e.g. running, swimming, aerobic activity). Physical activity must be planned, structured and involve repetitive bodily movement which improves or maintains physical fitness.
 
The vouchers will be redeemable through approved sport, fitness and physical activity providers upon registration.
Please note that vouchers cannot be split between multiple clubs or registrations, and therefore you may not be able to claim the full $100.
 
What can’t the voucher be used for?
Individual items (such as jerseys, socks, boots, etc.) that would usually be purchased from a retailer and paid for by the individual as part of participating in the activity separate to any membership or registration fees charged by the provider.
 
What happens if my child lives outside NSW?
To be eligible for a voucher, each child must reside in NSW.
The club or activity provider where the child registers must also be located and operating in NSW.
 
Some examples are:
  1. My child lives in NSW and plays in a NSW club – the child is eligible to claim a voucher
  2. My child lives in QLD and plays in a NSW club – the child is ineligible to claim a voucher
  3. My child lives in NSW, goes to school in VIC – the child is eligible to claim a voucher
  4. My child lives in NSW but plays in a local club located in VIC – the child is eligible to claim a voucher but cannot use the voucher at a club operating outside NSW.
Parents/carers/guardians of children in rural or remote areas of NSW and/or children with disabilities who may not otherwise meet the above criteria may discuss their registration with the Office of Sport.
 
 
 
 

Results - NSW High Schools Challenge Cup 2018

Photos - Schoolgirls Winners & Schollboys Cup 1

 

The NSW Schoolgirls Challenge Cup was played on Friday 11th May and Schoolboys Challenge Cup on Monday 14th May. We were grateful to have Mr Ian Finlay as Referee and Mr Ted Davis from Table Tennis NSW head office as assistant referee. Mrs Jennifer Aduckiewicz assisted on the day.

The Challenge Cup is played in age groupings – Junior is Years 7 & 8, Intermediate is Years 9 & 10 and Senior is Yrs 11-12.  The morning session sees all players involved in a school teams round robin with group winners going on to the Challenge Cup Knockout stage in the afternoon. Gold, silver and bronze medals are presented to winning teams by the end of the day. Students who do not make it through to the Knockout stage are entered in the Reparcharge singles event with certificates awarded to winners and runner-up in each age division – Junior, Intermediate and Senior.

NSW Schoolboys Challenge Cup

This year saw one of the biggest entries we have had for some time with 190 boys vying for the medals. It was good to see 28 teams from 12 schools enter the Senior division as it is a big commitment for boys in Years 11 -12 to take a day off their studies. The Intermediate division saw 42 teams entered which was a huge undertaking for the organisers and a credit to the boys who played their hearts out to reach the medal stages.


Results- Junior Boys

                Gold Medal        Epping Boys High 1

                Silver Medal       Baulkham Hills High 1

                Bronze Medal    North Sydney Boys  1

                                          Randwick Boys High 2

 

Results- Intermediate Boys

                Gold Medal        Marsden High 1

                Silver Medal       Baulkham Hills High 1

                Bronze Medal    Sydney Boys High 1

                                           Sydney Boys High 2

 

Results- Senior Boys

                Gold Medal        Epping Boys High 1

                Silver Medal       Baulkham Hills High 1

                Bronze Medal    North Sydney Boys 1

                                           Randwick Boys High 2

 

                              Reparcharge- Junior Boys

Winner        Brandon Zhang    Sydney Boys

Runner-up      Jack Crawford    Randwick Boys

 

Reparcharge- Intermediate Boys

Winner     Joshua Yeoh    Trinity Grammar

Runner-up       Ben Rowston     Randwick Boys High

 

Reparcharge- Senior Boys

Winner    Jin Chu     Fort Street High

Runner-up       Lachlan Sleiman    Trinity Grammar


 

NSW Schoolgirls Challenge Cup                                                                                                                                       

Player numbers for the Schoolgirls Challenge Cup were down again this year and we are grateful to Nam Ho Table Tennis Academy at Rydalmere for allowing us to hold the competition there. Special thanks to Sue Park who catered for us on the day and the teachers who managed to get the irls to the venue on time. Despite the lower numbers the standard of play was high with some very competitive matches played. The Intermediate teams played a round robin of all teams and therefore no Reparcharge was run.


Results- Junior Girls

                Gold Medal        Sydney Girls High 1

                Silver Medal       Castle Hill High 1

                Bronze Medal    Sydney Girls High 2

                                           Sydney Girls High 3

 

Results- Intermediate Girls

                Gold Medal        Sydney Girls High 2

                Silver Medal       Marsden High 1

                 Bronze Medal    Sydney Girls High 1

 

Results- Senior Girls

                Gold Medal        St Catherine’s College

                Silver Medal       Sydney Girls High 1

                Bronze Medal    Prariewood High 2

 

Reparcharge- Junior Girls

Winner      Han Liu      St Catherine’s College

Runner-up        Cecile Jin      St Catherine’s College

 

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Reparcharge- Senior Girls

Winner        Han Liu      St Catherine’s College

Runner-up         Cecile Jin       St Catherine’s College

 

 

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Results - NSW Primary Schools Championships 2018

Photo - Primary Schools Reparcharge Winners & Runners Up

 

The NSW Primary Schools Championships was played on Monday 21st May at Sports Halls, Olympic Park. Almost 200 students participated and we were grateful to have Mr Ian Finlay as Referee and Mr Ted Davis from Table Tennis NSW head office as assistant referee. Mrs Jennifer Aduckiewicz assisted on the day.

The Primary School Championship is played in age groupings – Infants,  Junior is Years 3 & 4, and Senior is Years 5 & 6.  The morning session sees all players involved in a school team’s round robin with group winners going on to the Challenge Cup Knockout Stage in the afternoon. Gold, silver and bronze medals are presented to winning teams. Students who do not make it through to the Knockout Stage are entered in the Reparcharge singles event with certificates awarded to winners and runner-up in each age division – Infants, Junior and Senior.

This year saw the biggest entry we have had with nearly 200 students representing 15 schools. It was good to see so many parents come to encourage their children play. Some good skills are being developed and the children demonstrated good sportsmanship.  I watched some close games and was impressed with the support shown by the teachers. It was also good to see a number of girls holding their own against the boys. Special thanks go to Pauline Zhau who ran the Infants competition where 20 little champions showed off their skills. It was a credit to Mr Finlay that most of the matches finished on time. The future of NSW table tennis is in good hands.


Results- Infants

                Gold Medal        Carlingford West  1

                Silver Medal       Carlingford West  2

                Bronze Medal    Carlingford West  3

                                           Carlingford West  6

 

Results- Juniors

                Gold Medal        Carlingford West  2

                Silver Medal       Carlingford West  1

                Bronze Medal    Padstow Park  1

                                           Lindfield East 1

 

Results- Seniors

                Gold Medal        Carlingford West  3

                Silver Medal       Chatswood 3

              Bronze Medal    Carlingford West  2                         

 

                               Reparcharge- Infants

Winner      Chris Park    Carlingford West 

Runner-up   George Song   Carlingford West 

 

Reparcharge- Junior

Winner     Luka Rojas    Hunters Hill

Runner-up    Rei Tohara    Chatswood

 

Reparcharge- Senior Boys

Winner    Akshath Senthil     Homebush West

Runner-up   Kaustav Timilsina    Carlingford West

 

 

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