Munster Table Tennis is a branch of the Irish Table Tennis Association Company Limited by Guarantee trading as Table Tennis Ireland (TTI). The Munster Branch is responsible for the day to day organisation, development, and promotion of table tennis in Munster.
Who is Munster Table Tennis, and What do we do?
We are a voluntary committee of people who meet to organise events and to discuss ideas for promoting the sport in Munster.
Our biggest event is the annual Munster Open. Each province holds a Tournament where table tennis players from all over Ireland attend. This is a TTI (Tabletennis Ireland) affiliated event.
Every club in Munster is encouraged to have a representative on the committee. Please see this website for photos, rankings, latest events, club finder, governance issues, blog etc.
If you wish to volunteer please contact the secretary and any ideas or photographs etc. please pass them on via the secretary. Please follow this website or blog section to keep in touch with table tennis in Munster and share the link below to your own social media. https://munstertabletennis.com
The committee for 2021-2022
Chairperson – Eoin Kelly
Secretary- Eoin Kelly email@example.com
Safeguarding Officer- Eoin Kelly 087-0509147
Performance- Ben Haughton
Participation- Philip Shaw
Treasurer- Ankit Kansil
PRO- John Barry
Website- Margie Hadden
We all love table tennis and work hard to create an inclusive environment where every age, gender and ability is encouraged to play in a respectful, sporting environment.
Fair Play Munster!
Munster Open Day (including Para)
between 12.45 and 3.30 pm this coming Sunday 11th September at the Terence MacSwiney Sports Hall, Knocknaheeny,T23WT7X as part of the Cork Sports Ability month.
Seán is Top Class in Primary Schools International Table Tennis!
Seán represented Ireland A team in the primary schools international competition held in Lisburn (Belfast) on weekend Friday 5th April with the Ireland A team winning a silver medal.
6 boys teams competed, including Ireland A, Ireland B, England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man. Seán played 12 team matches and came out on top in 11 of these, including 2 singles and a doubles win over England who were the eventual team winners.
Seán competed in the singles event on Sunday. He qualified out of his group and went on to defeat the Scottish number 1 to progress to the last 8. Seán lost out in the quarter final to the Irish no 1 ranked player Fionn Hickey in a great 5 set match.
Thanks for the Inter pros camp in Kinsale!
Huge thanks to Alan and Tony from South Coast for setting up the tables in Kinsale. This most excellent inter-pros camp was run by Ben -Leeside coach and Alan- South Coast coach, who will be the performance committee for the inter-pros . The two coaches gave up their Sunday and provided a training camp completely free to the lucky Inter pros players. Huge thanks also to the NPCs who attended: Emily, Ian and Shelly. Bernard and Eoin who will be Munster Managers on the day also attended and gave a talk to the players about how to prepare themselves on the day. Good luck to all the Munster players, NPCs and managers at the Inter Pros in Dublin March 30th and 31st!
Munster Rankings Post Balincollig Open now available to view on the Munster Ranking Page
She did it! Aoife Mcmahon from Cope Clonakilty pictured below , brought home the Gold Medal from the Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi!
Munster player wins 3 National Titles!
Of Leeside Table Tennis Club took three National Titles at the Irish National Championships held in Lisburn Racquet Club on the 1st-3rd of March 2019
Silke won the Irish National Championship Singles U/15, the Junior Doubles and the Cadet Doubles with her partner Pervesha Ragi from Loop
Table Tennis Club.
Huge Thanks to SouthCoast Table Tennis Club’s Alan and Tony for the Tables and set up and to their umpires Bernard, Donnagh, Isaac, Shelly, Oisín and Nora. Together with Beechhill Table Tennis Club and Special Olympics, we organised a non qualifying regional table tennis tournament on February 17th for over 45 athletes from all over Munster. One of these players was picked to go on to the Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi!