Table Tennis Wagga Inc. is a non-profit sporting club based in the regional centre of Wagga Wagga, in south-western New South Wales, Australia. We provide facilities for, and aim to develop table tennis as a sport, catering for members drawn from the City of Wagga Wagga and the immediate surrounding area. We play and promote table tennis via friendly competitions, social games and practising. Additionally some of our members enjoy the challenge of regional and interstate competitions.
We are a small and friendly sporting club, and encourage players of all abilities and backgrounds. New members are always welcome, no matter what their playing standard, beginner to champion. The club is incorporated and is affiliated with Table Tennis NSW Inc.
Feel welcome to come and join us for a game or to practice. Our venue is upstairs in the Jim Elphick Tennis Centre in Bolton Park.
This term we play:
- Tuesday nights 6pm to 7pm training; followed by 7pm to 9pm social doubles round robin.
- Thursday nights 6.30pm to about 8pm, singles round robin and practice.
- Saturday afternoons 2.30pm graded singles competition.
All Saturday’s results are entered into Ratings Central, the nationwide rankings system, which allows us to create a very fair rankings list of Table Tennis Wagga players. Every level of player is encouraged to play in this competition.
Club shirts and other regalia are available at Hunters on the Hill in Fitzmaurice Street. You can check out the range and order via this link.
Latest News for Members:
Win a coffee!
On Tuesdays we hold our Bread Crock Social Doubles Competition. The winners of the Tuesday competition take home a coffee voucher each from The Bread Crock in Sturt Mall. Thanks to The Bread Crock in Sturt Mall for supporting Wagga Table Tennis.
Our Members do well in Melbourne
At the 2019 LOOPS Melbourne Open Table Tennis Championships, Eriko, Glenn, Khan and Gavin represented our club very competently.
Gavin and Eriko played in the Mixed Doubles. They performed well but unfortunately they crossed bats with a former world champion couple from China and were defeated, but did manage to take a game from them. Well done!
Gavin played well in the Over 30’s Singles, reaching knockout stage. He also made the semi-finals of Division 2 Open. Well done Gavin.
Khan and Glenn played seven rounds in Division 4 Singles, where they met each other across the table in the final. Both players deserve a handshake and equal first, well done.
Glenn played in the Handicapped Open in which he took out the winning prizemoney $500, a great effort!
Overall it was an impressive performance and experience for our Wagga players. A big thanks to Gavin and Eriko for the coaching and mentoring along the way too.