Rhondda Dominant at Senior Team Championships

The penultimate weekend of the Senior Team Championships of Wales took place over the weekend at the prestigious Sport Wales National Centre. The competition saw 48 teams compete across 8 divisions with over 190 players represent their club through the season.   Premier Division In a highly contested division, the Evans brothers, Callum, and Louie…

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Wu Zhang and Silcock aim for Grand Prix glory in Cardiff

As the Grand Prix returns to Cardiff for another exiting event, it has seen a record entry to this year’s competition. Sport Wales National Centre will once again be the venue to host the action of this seasons Cardiff Grand Prix with just under 130 competitors. Pan American Games Men’s Singles Silver Medallist from 2019…

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Lowri Hurd And Ruby Elliot Strike Gold at Home Nations

National coach Josh Morgan believes a healthy medal tally from the Home Nations International tournament proves the future strength of Welsh table tennis will extend beyond Anna Hursey. In a week where 17-year-old Hursey broke into the top 100 women players in the world, other Welsh youngsters underlined their protentional in Bangor at the weekend.…

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Bayley takes European crown and secures ticket for Paris

Will Bayley claimed the men’s class 7 European title in Sheffield today and in doing so assured himself of qualification for Paris next year. Rob Davies fell just short of securing his fifth consecutive men’s class 1 title and there were also silver medals for Grace Williams (women’s class 8) and Jack Hunter-Spivey (men’s class…

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New tournament shows strength of Para Table Tennis in Wales

The British Para Table Tennis Grand Prix series continues on July 15-16 with the inaugural Merthyr Tydfil Grand Prix, which is being organised in partnership with Table Tennis Wales and The College Merthyr Tydfil. Welsh players feature prominently in the British Para Table Tennis Performance Squad, which includes Commonwealth champion and World silver medallist Joshua…

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Welsh Players Around the World

Carey in Krakow on Team GB duty at European Games   Charlotte Carey is currently in Krakow, Poland representing Team GB at the 2023 European Games. Carey heads to her second European Games, after competing at the 2019 games in Minsk, as one of six table tennis athletes among a team of 178 athletes across…

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European Team Qualification – Stage 2 Osijek

The women’s team went to Osijek aiming to come away with European team qualification. There were some really close matches, with the girls almost qualifying in the group stages but coming just short. But they managed to pull off a great win in the next round.   The team: Charlotte Carey, Anna Hursey, Lara Whitton…

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Karabardak, Davies & Stacey reign supreme in Sheffield

The British Para National Championships took place in Sheffield over the weekend with 6 Welsh players bringing home 10 medals. Saturday morning saw the individual classes events take place with our players playing across 5 different classes. In class 1 the withdrawal of Tom Matthews left 4 time European Champion Rob Davies as Wales only…

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International Primary Schools

    This weekend 11 of the Dragons Squad players competed for Wales at the International Primary Schools in Oundle, Peterborough. With Wales competing against England A and B, Scotland, Ireland, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man (boys) and Combined A and B (Girls).   Teams- Girls- Amelie David, Penny Muil, Ffion Evans, and Jessie Daniels…

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