ITTF-Oceania Cup; the facts and the figures

We’re three weeks away from the 2017 ITTF-Oceania Cup and the event is shaping up to be Oceania’s biggest tournament yet. Suva the capital of Fiji and the largest city in the South Pacific will play host to the region’s tentpole event. White sandy beaches and twenty-five degree weather await the athletes. And so does […]

William Henzell; life after table tennis

Today is William Henzell’s 35th birthday, and is a chance to look at what the seven time ITTF-Oceania Cup champion is up to now that he is retired from professional table tennis. Living in Melbourne, the three time Olympian is now studying towards an MBA at the University of Melbourne while working at Slater and Gordon as […]

Balancing act for Singh

New Zealand’s Armindeep Singh is heading to Fiji in four weeks for the ITTF-Oceania Cup and will be cashing in on her experience to look for a spot on the podium. No stranger to the tournament, at last year’s event Singh made it out of the group stage and finished in the top six players, only […]

Jeremy Dey; Oceania’s Krillin?

Jeremy Dey will be representing New Caledonia at the ITTF-Oceania Cup from the 15th-16th April in Suva, Fiji, and may be a wild card for a podium finish. The tall southpaw will be competing in the event for the first time, and while in the past the tournament has been dominated by the likes of […]

Two bronze medals for Hirth

Australia’s Trevor Hirth went down last night in his Class 6-7 semi-final teams match against Slovakia at the ITTF PTT Hungarian Open. The Australian/French team was unable to get a win on the board, but with a bronze medal secured the pair did not go home empty handed. The medal added another bronze to Hirth’s […]