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Schools Program

SECONDARY SCHOOLBOYS SHIELD - Monday 28th August, 2017

Date : Monday 28st August, 2017 
Time: 8.30am - 2.30pm
Event: 2017 Secondary Schoolboys Shield
Venue: Hurstville Aquatic and Leisure Centre, Cnr King Georges Rd and Forest Rd Hurstville

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Pacific School Games

Pacific School Games



Last November, NSW juniors competed in the Pacific School Games in Adelaide against China, Macau, India, and Cambodia as well as Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Canberra and the Northern Territory.


Competition was in a number of sections with teams competing in Junior Boys, Junior Girls, Junior Mixed, Hopes (age 12 and under) Boys, Hopes Girls, and Hopes Mixed, as well as the physical impairment sections.


The teams representing New South Wales were:-


            Junior Boys                          Junior Girls                         Junior Mixed

            Eddie Belokopytov               Lucy Koh                              Eddie Belokopytov

            Jayden Lam                           Rose Zhang                           Jayden Lam

            Matthew Leung                                                                   Matthew Leung

                                                                                                        Lucy Koh

                                                                                                        Rose Zhang   


            Hopes Boys                           Hopes Girls                          Hopes Mixed

            Adam Masen                         Hy Anh Tran Nguyen            Adam Masen

            Cedrik Sussebach                  Chermaine Quah (Vic)          Cedrik Sussebach

            Eric Zeng                                                                             Hy Anh Tran Nguyen


            Class 1-11

            Sasha Dansereau (NSW)

            Matthew Young (WA)


Overall, New South Wales were the top performing Australian team and performed creditably against some of the national teams.


Junior Mixed

New South Wales were drawn in Pool B of the Junior Mixed Teams event and came fourth in the group.

Whilst China beat New South Wales comfortable 3-0, our juniors made it very difficult for Macau. Whilst they were beaten 3-0, every set was decided in the fifth. The result might well have been 3-0 to NSW. NSW were victorious against the other Australian States.


Junior Boys

NSW junior boys team were drawn in Pool B of this event and came fourth in their group. Whilst the winners of the group, India, beat NSW, Jayden Lam and Matthew Leung combined to take the doubles in a close five setter – the result being 4-1 to India.

Jayden continued his good form to beat the Macau junior, Kuok Wa Lon. Whilst this match was won 4-1 by Macau, it could have been closer with Eddie Belokopytov narrowly going down 11-9  in the fifth set against  Kuok Wa Lon.

In the match for third position, Cambodia scraped in against NSW 3-2. Jayden and Eddie both won one singles. The doubles was won 11-6 in the fifth set to allow Cambodia to take third place in the group by the narrowest of margins.

Congratulations to our junior boys for competing strongly against some solid national teams.


Junior Girls

Whilst NSW finished fifth in this group, they did have some good results. Whilst China and India proved a little bit to strong for NSW, our girls performed extremely well against Macau and Queensland - being narrowly beaten 3-2 by both of these teams.

A special congratulations to Lucy Koh who finished this section of the competition with a 50% win record in the singles.


Hopes Mixed

NSW were drawn into Pool A of this category and finished a creditable fourth behind China, India and Macau. In the match for fourth place against Queensland, congratulations go to Cedric Sussebach and Hy Anh Tran Nguyen who came from two games down to eventually take their doubles match 11-9 in the fifth. This turned out to be the deciding rubber.


Hopes Boys

NSW were drawn in Pool B of the event and finished third behind India and Victoria. They comfortably accounted for Northern Territory, Queensland and the combined Western Australian Canberra teams, and will surely learn from the experience of playing against India and Victoria.


Hopes Girls

Whilst our Hopes girls team finished behind the international teams and the teams from other Australian states, they will gain from the experience of competing at such a high level.


Class 1-11

NSW won this event – taking out the gold medal, - with a little help from our Western Australian friend.

In what was expected to possibly be one of the deciding matches, NSW held on to win a tight match against Macau. Chan Chon from Macau narrowly beat Matthew Young in four sets. Sasha quickly levelled the score at 1-1 with a comfortable win against Ng Weng San. Matthew and Sasha combined to take the doubles 15-13 in the fourth. The match between Sasha and Chan Chon was one of the closest of the competition with Chan Chon taking the honours 12-10 in the fifth set to level the rubbers at 2-2. In the deciding match, Matthew trailed 1-2 before coming home strongly to take the next two sets 11-7, 11-4 to give NSW a win against Macau.

NSW had a close game against the strong Queensland team. Sasha won his two singles and combined with Matthew to take the doubles for NSW to win 3-2.


By Richard Lassen

Table Tennis NSW 


2015 Pacific School Games Report

The 2015 Pacific School Games was held at Adelaide on Saturday 21st November 2015 and concluded on Saturday 28th November 2015. For the first time, School Sports Australia introduced Table Tennis as one of nine sports to be competed with over 3000 athletes. International team representatives included China, Macau, India and Cambodia. Australia States & Territory team representatives included NSW, ACT, QLD, VIC, WA, NT and SA. 
Able body athletes competed in 2 categories; Hope & Juniors. Athletes with disability competed in 3 categories; Class 1-5, Class 6-10 and Class 11.
Our star in this PSG table tennis championship is Sasha Dansereau. Sasha partnered with Matthew Young (WA) in the Class 6-10 (NSW/WA) team won Gold Medal.  Sasha played extremely well and also took the Individual Class 6-10 Gold Medal. He said ‘the last 5 years of hard training pay off’.
Sarah Dansereau received his 2015 Pacific School Games Individual Gold Medal
NSW Hope team finished at 5th position out of 11 teams, NSW Junior team finished in 7th position out of 11 teams.
It was a privilege to be involved in such a great event and I would like to thanks Barry McColl, Tracey McKinniery, Ross Morrison, Lucette King, Peter Tomlin, Greg Moss, Rhonda Butt, Jacqui Charlton, Kesni Hayes, Glen Fairclough, Tony Bo, Peter Masen and Richard Lassen for organising this successful event.
Simon Leung
Appointed 2015 Pacific School Games NSW Table Tennis Coach &
Table Tennis NSW Director


The Table
The upper surface of the table, known as the playing surface, shall be rectangular, 2.74m long and 1.525m wide, and shall lie in a horizontal plane 76cm above the floor. The playing surface shall not include the vertical sides of the tabletop. The playing surface may be of any material and shall yield a uniform bounce of about 23cm when a standard ball is dropped on to it from a height of 30cm. The playing surface shall be uniformly dark coloured and matte, but with a white side line, 2cm wide, along each 2.74m edge and a white end line, 2cm wide, along each 1.525m edge. The playing surface shall be divided into 2 equal courts by a vertical net running parallel with the end lines, and shall be continuous over the whole area of each court.  For doubles, each court shall be divided into 2 equal half-courts by a white centre line, 3mm wide, running parallel with the side lines; the centre line shall be regarded as part of each right half-court. 

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