Young Welsh athletes show promise at British Primary Schools tournament

Table Tennis Wales took a team of eight Dragon Squad players to the British Primary Schools tournament in Jersey recently, where they demonstrated their strong potential amid solid competition.   The event comprises of players at primary school and year seven ages, from Wales, England, Scotland, Ireland, Guernsey and Jersey.  The events included are both…

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Evans and Hursey Retain National Titles

The Welsh National Championships held at the prestigious Sport Wales National Centre in Cardiff provided a spectacle event for the best players in the country.   The Men’s Singles showcased some of the emerging talent in Wales. Former Welsh National Team players and Commonwealth Games athletes Daniel O’Connell and Patrick Thomas returned to compete in…

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Austria Youth Open proves valuable learning experience for Welsh athletes

Table Tennis Wales youth athletes performed brilliantly to gather a host of encouraging results and valuable experiences for the future at the recent Austria Youth Open.   The tournament took place in Linz, Austria and, offering young players the opportunity to become accustomed to a competitive environment against athletes of similar ages, it proved a successful…

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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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Hursey Reaches Her First WTT Senior Final 

  Anna Hursey has taken the silver medal at the WTT Feeder event in Doha, Qatar in her first senior final on the world tour. In the final Hursey came up against an inform Joan Zeng of Singapore (World Ranked 62) who continued that good form to take the final 3-0. While the final wasn’t…

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Grace Williams nominated for Disability Sport Wales 2023 Emerging Athlete Award

Table Tennis Wales are thrilled to announce that Grace Williams has been nominated for the Disability Sport Wales 2023 Emerging Athlete Award! This nomination is a testament to her exceptional skills, dedication, and outstanding performance throughout her career. Grace has consistently demonstrated exceptional teamwork, incredible scoring ability, exemplary sportsmanship, making her a true asset to…

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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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