Teachers Award courses, 10 am – 1.15 pm and 2.15 pm – 5,30 pm, 17 February in Knocknaheeny. Anyone interested should contact James Kirby at Cork Sports Partnership 021-4347096 email@example.com
Munster Grand Prix on Sunday 30 January at St Multose Hall, Kinsale, hosted by the South Coast club. 52 participants were involved, graded on ability and age grounds into 5 divisions. All ages were represented from U/11 to Veterans. 11 Paralympic players participated – 21 % of the total.
Highlights: Winner of senior division: the “evergreen” veteran,Philip Shaw, of Beech Hill TTC. Runner Up Michael Lotiskie of South Coast A double for the O’Brien sisters – Megan, winner of Division 2A and Lucy Lou, winner of Division 4A. (she also won gold at the Leinster Open in the U/13 category). Both from Leeside. Darragh Ruddy also of Leeside, swept the boards in Division 5 and will surely be promoted to a higher level next time out.3. Next event in February – date TBC.
Munster Grand Prix 30 January – Results (in order)
Winner: Philip Shaw
Runner Up: Michael Lotiskie
Semi Finalist: Conor O’Sullivan
Semi Finalist: Sean Loughnane
Lucy Lou O’Brien
Based on ability groupings. For entries contact firstname.lastname@example.org
See photos of winners on the photo page
Munster clubs participating in a Grand Prix tournament see entry form. Please note, this is a mixed immunity event. Covid passes will not be checked. Covid guidelines apply.
Cork Sports Partnership- Women in Sport
10 very active women came along to try out tabletennis with Beechhill & Leeside. Coming from different backgrounds in tennis, badminton and soccer, some haven’t played tabletennis since they were 11. We had a Top Table competition on their first night and there were some great topspins and rallies. We are looking forward to seeing them as regulars to the sport of tabletennis in Knocknaheeny hall.