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Season Winding Down

2024 NL Closed

The weather is getting nice and as the season winds down many clubs are in the final few weeks of play. The final NLTTA sanctioned tournament in which to earn Team NL selection points, the NL Closed, was held in late March. It was an excellent turnout and it was easy to notice the improvement in the Junior players throughout the season. We can't wait till next season to see what they bring to the table!! A big shout out to all the coaches for their expertise and commitment throughout the season. Also we would like thank everyone who helped us out throughout the season, your volunteerism is greatly appreciated.

School Sports - Table Tennis

The weekend of March 22-23 Avondale was the spot to be for table tennis action in the province with Roncalli Central High hosting the School Sports Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Table Tennis Championships. The action packed tournament crowned champions in a team event as well as in five individual events.

In the Team event, Glovertown Academy and Roncalli Central High met in the final with Glovertown Academy capturing the Gold. The Individual component of the tournament took place after the team event and produced some exciting matches. Divine Aseo of Holy Heart High captured gold in Girl Singles and Mixed Doubles while Peter Quinlan of Roncalli Central High capped off his SSNL table tennis competition by defending his Boys Singles crown which was his third consecutive Gold in Boys Singles.

Congratulations to all on an excellent performance.

Results of the SSNL 2024 Provincial Table Tennis Championships

NL Closed

The final NLTTA sanctioned tournament of the season in which to earn points toward Team NL qualification took place on March 30, 2024. More than 40 junior age players participated in a full slate of age events(U11, U15 and U19) as well as Rated Singles. For a full rundown of the results visit the NL Closed results page as well don't forget to check out the final Team NL Selection Points standings.

During the NL Closed over 20 players were treated to a free introductory training session and fun tournament. This was a part of the Community Sports For All Initiative, in conjunction with Table Tennis Canada and Newfoundland & Labrador Table Tennis Association. This “Welcome to Table Tennis” event featured an hour-long intro training session with Provincial Coach Jeremy Lehr, helped by local player and coach Dave Milley. It was followed with a friendly table tennis tournament for all those involved! The event was opened up to brand new players, recreational players of any age, ability, gender or background! The event went was well received and went over fantastically.

Participants in the Welcome to Tables Tennis event

We would be amiss if we did not mention the upcoming Atlantic Table Tennis Championships set for New Brunswick on May 18-19. For all the details visit the registration page. If you have any questions please contact the NLTTA at

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