Table Tennis

St. Vincent and the Grenadines Table Tennis Association

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President: Tyrone Jack

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Table Tennis playoffs

Table Tennis playoffs

On the weekend of July 23, members of the Technical Team of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Table Tennis Association and Table Tennis players and enthusiasts were privileged to benefit from technical training sessions conducted by long standing Trinidadian table tennis personnel Bob Roopnarine and Ray Fermin.

 

Table Tennis alive and well in SVG

Table Tennis is alive and well in St Vincent and the Grenadines. That’s the word coming from the St Vincent and the Grenadines Table Tennis Association (SVGTTA) at a Press Conference held at Olympic House on Monday 14 June 2010.

Public Relations Officer for the SVGTTA, Harvey Graham, in his introductory remarks, admitted to some hiccups in the sport but indicated that despite everything the organisation has been able to continue with grassroots development and systematically and professionally advance its work.

Table Tennis continues to reach out

Table Tennis continues to reach out

 

Table Tennis continues to reach out to the nation’s youth through the NOC’s Grassroots Talent Identification Programme.

 Sessions were conducted at Layou and Barrouallie. The Layou session was conducted by Daniel and Spencer, Barouallie was conducted by Bob Ballantyne and Munroe.

SVG third in Table Tennis

SVG third in Table Tennis

Young team does well at 17th OECS table tennis championship

By Jeff Trotman, who accompanied the team as a media official.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines placed third in both the men and women’s team competitions in the 17th OECS table tennis championship at the Beausejour indoor facility from 14 to 16 November in St. Lucia.
The overall performances of

Primary School Table Tennis

Primary School Table Tennis

 

Bob Ballantyne and Elliott Charles conducted introductory Table Tennis sessions at the Mustique Primary School on Wednesday April 15.

SVGTTA Executive Member Julian Sutherland who is employed in Mustique will continue with regular sessions for the children.
 

Development of a National Coaching Structure

 

Table Tennis Expert Coach Mr. Ahmed Dawlatly meets the press at Olympic House
 

 

SVGNOC to focus on the establishment of an appropriate coaching structure for Table Tennis

Current Sport Structure

Table Tennis is currently one of the fastest growing sports in St Vincent and the Grenadines where there is an abundance of talented youth.
Over the years the sport has experienced a roller coaster type of performance. Nonetheless, in the recent past a concerted effort has been made to systematically develop the sport. It is against this backdrop that the NOC has given consideration to the introduction of the current programme.