[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Our Vets family are very important to Table Tennis Wales   Playing table tennis into your 40s, 50s, 60, 70s and even 80s is so possible! We have regular competitions including Team Championships of Wales, National Championships and of course the Home Nations (each September)   Cardiff will host both the Vets World Tour (December…

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Monthly sessions take place at: Venue: Upper Hall, Welsh Institute of Sport, Cathedral Road, Cardiff. Price: £1 For more information, get in touch with Claire at ttwladies@outlook.com   It doesn’t matter how good you are, whether you’ve been playing for years or have never picked up a bat before.  We have people of all abilities…

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Table Tennis is a great sport to get your children involved in It is fun It is safe It is not expensive – bats for beginners cost under £10 and even for very advanced players they can cost less than a pair of football boots. Most clubs charge only a very small session fee –…

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Robert Davies

Paralympic champion Rob Davies retained his class 1-2 singles title but was pushed all the way by his GB team mate Tom Matthews in the decisive match in the round-robin event. Davies eventually took the match against his fellow Welshman 13-11 in the fifth. “It’s nice to be British champion again and good to keep…

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Callum Evans and Charlotte Carey Welsh Champions 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Charlotte Carey and Callum Evans took the Women and Men Singles at the 2017 Welsh National Championships. Charlotte beat local rival Chloe Thomas in the final 4/1 after beating Beth Roberts in the semis. Chloe beat youngster Anna Hursey in the other half of the draw, dropping one set on the way. It’s Charlotte 3rd…

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