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Its A Wrap

Its been a while since we last had a blog entry and while the season has concluded that does not imply that the table tennis scene has been quiet!

The 2023-24 season competitive calendar has concluded with two tournaments in May, the Labrador Open and the Atlantic Table Tennis Championships.

The Labrador Open held in Happy Valley-Goose Bay at the Central Labrador YMCA saw an action packed day of table tennis. Congrats to all on a fine performance.

Open Singles

1st Darcy Dredge

2nd Neko Butt

Women’s Singles

1st Laila Andrew

2nd Brianna Ricketts

B Singles

1st Brianna Ricketts

2nd Laila Andrew

Open Doubles

1st Neko Butt/George Russell Jr

2nd Myles T. Rich/Laila Andrew

The Atlantic Table Tennis Championships were hosted by New Brunswick during the Victoria Day long weekend in May. Players from NL participated in the Team competition as well as individual event.

Senior Men's Team

Nick Hiscock

Jeremy Lehr

Peter Quinlan

Dave Milley(Alternate)

Junior Male Team

Adam Wakely

Evan Denty

Isiah Burry

Junior Female Team

Jayden Denty

Haley Babstock

Divine Aseo

Coach - Ciela Libid

NL players had 7 podium finishes with 5 of them being Gold. In the team competition the U19 Female squad captured gold for the third consecutive year. Congratulations to all and be sure to check out the Atlantic's results page for more details.

Training Sessions Across The Province

In early June, three coaches, Jeremy Lehr, Nick Hiscock and David Milley visited Hopedale, Labrador and offered six days of training for local table tennis players. Thanks to McKinley Winters and Darlene Winters for helping organize the trip for us and to the Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Circle Newfoundland Labrador for funding this amazing opportunity. This was a wonderful experience for athletes and coaches alike.

Continuing with training programs, the place to be during the summer is the MUN Fieldhouse. Jeremy Lehr, Provincial Junior Coach, is conducting training sessions for Junior players that are eyeing a spot on Team NL for the 2027 Canada Games. The sessions take place every Saturday during the summer from 10:00 - 2:00 PM. For more info on the sessions contact Jeremy at

Keep In Touch

It has been a very busy season with six tournaments on the schedule plus the the 2024 NL Winter Games in Gander and of course the 2024 Atlantic Table Tennis championship hosted by New Brunswick. For a recap of these events check out the 2023-24 Season Results page.

Preparation has begun for the upcoming season and no doubt it will be as exciting as last season. Stay tuned for info on next season and for all things related to Table Tennis in Newfoundland and Labrador visit our website, where you will find info on where to play, tournaments, results and much more.

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