Sadly Bill Rowe passed away last week, Bill was one of our STTA life members and was very passionate about his table tennis .Bill retired after winning a pennant one premiership in 1996 , his previous grand final success prior to that was 1963. Amazingly
With Kevin Johns back in the P1 stable, plotting and planning coupled with strategic meetings throughout the evening were playing out. Kev seen here talking of another set play. You bloody ripper! Kate takes out Mark Dorman in the 10th to seal vict
PENNANT FOUR GRAND FINAL: IT HAS BEEN SOME TIME SINCE A TEAM WOULD HAVE GONE INTO A GRAND FINAL AS SUCH HOT FAVOURITES AS DUNKLEY SCALES WERE GOING IN TO THIS GAME AGAINST MJM AUTOMOTIVE. DURING THE HOME AND AWAY SEASON THEY HAD WON SIX OF THEIR EIGHT MAT
PENNANT ONE GRAND FINAL: Spectators witnessed an enthralling climax to the Sunraysia Table Tennis “Cash Converters” 2017 pennant at the Irymple Leisure Centre last week with Cash Converters winning 6-4 over Regional Taxation Services in an ent
PENNANT FOUR: HEAD TO HEAD THROUGH THE SEASON IT WAS ONE WIN EACH TO THE PRELIMINARY FINAL COMBATANTS. IN ROUND 2 MJM HAD WON 6-5 WITHOUT ANY FILL INS, IN ROUND 7 MALLEE MEATS BOUNCED BACK TO WIN 8-3 HOWEVER EACH SIDE DID HAVE A FILL IN. THIS WAS EX
PRELIMINARY FINAL By continuing her good form from the home and away season Kate Carmichael played a key role for her team Cash Converters in the preliminary final of the Sunraysia Table Tennis “Cash Converters” table tennis pennant. – C
PENNANT FOUR: Over the season fill ins were not a real issue in pennant four however in the first week of the finals all of a sudden they were with three of the four teams affected by unavailability…however the show must go on.
PENNANT ONE: By defeating their opponents for the third time this season Regional Taxation Services have moved into the grand final, of the “Cash Converters” Sunraysia Table Tennis pennant one competition, with a 6-3 win over ladder leaders Ex
As a lead up to the recent table tennis finals the now successful Super 8’s competition did not disappoint with some excellent table tennis played. In a fantastic final Joel Thomas prevailed over Matt Avers by the barest margin over five sets.
PENNANT ONE: By his own admission the form of Shane Carmichael has been indifferent this season however he was able to turn it on in round ten of the Sunraysia Table Tennis “Cash Converters” pennant. Carmichael was on fire winning three single