Cash prizes and trophies are available in all events. Art took the gold after defeating Dillon 3-1 to bring the 1st and 2nd place U13 boys trophies back to Leinster. A total of $2,025.00 in cash will be available for the first great tournament in Lakeland on February 22-23, 2019. In addition, trophies will be awarded to the top 4 places in each of the 14 events. Brad Woodington, the President of Lakeland Table Tennis Association and Tournament Director is excited about the robust USATT Tournament Schedule coming to Lakeland, Florida in 2019. This year marks the 17th consecutive year for how you can help high quality USATT sanctioned tournaments in beautiful Lakeland, Florida. The Polish table tennis star, though, is used to raising the bar. «About 12 years ago I saw a flyer for a ping-pong tournament at a bar in Detroit. The junior events saw some great play from the Club. It was in the U13 events that the club players excelled. Players may enter one, two or all three events on Friday night. Clubs in Spain’s top two divisions are returning to individual training this week as organisers aim to re-start La Liga in June.
She qualified from her first group and went on to beat Nicole Scott (Glenburn), Pravesha Ragi (Hilton Grove) and Lucy Craig (Glenburn) to qualify top from round 2. She faced Zofia Wawrzyniak (Leeside) in the final. Art won the match 3-1 and met Conor Nugent (Glenburn) in the semi-final. Conor was victorious and went on to win the Cadet boys. Art stormed through his rounds to win his place in the final after a thrilling 5 setter against the Irish U13 No.1 Thomas Joyce. Sunday started with the U18 event in which Evin McGovern took fourth place. On Saturday, Mia O’Rahilly Egan took 3rd place in the U15 girls event. Mia brought home the gold trophy in the U13 girls category. Watching the girls jump for joy and have a big hug is a treasured moment. Mia O’Rahilly Egan played in the Cadet girls event. Mia took the gold after a 3-1 victory!
The Munster Open 2015 table tennis tournament took place January 16th-18th. A national event for both senior and junior players it attracted over 200 players to the Neptune Stadium in Cork for an action packed weekend. Veteran Indian paddler Sharath Kamal surpassed G Sathiyan to become the highest-ranked Indian table tennis player after he grabbed 31st position in the latest senior men’s rankings released by International Table Tennis Federation on Thursday. When I was young and handsome, I drove half-way across the state to go to a table tennis tournament. Brad Woodington and the Lakeland Tournament Committee have officially announced that the Florida Orange Blossom Series Tournament scheduled for May 3-4, 2019 has been cancelled. Lakeland Table Tennis will sponsor 7 high quality USATT sanctioned tournaments in 2020 and will also bring back the popular Florida Orange Blossom Series with a Paddle Palace A32W Pro Robot, valued at $800.00 as the grand prize at the end of the 2020 season. We ask for prayers from everyone in our Table Tennis community.
On behalf of the Lakeland Table Tennis Association, we apologize for such a late notice. LAKELAND TABLE TENNIS HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 2020 SEASON! Brad Woodington, President of the Lakeland Table Tennis Association and Tournament Director, has announced an aggressive schedule for USATT sanctioned tournaments in Lakeland, Florida for the 2020 season. Lakeland Table Tennis has provided high quality USATT Tournament since 2002. We need your loyal support by participating in all our tournaments. Woodington expects another highly successful year with seven USATT tournaments already approved and fully sanctioned. Woodington advises players to enter as many of the 7 sanctioned tournaments in order to gain as many Series Points as possible. We cannot continue to provide high quality tournaments without support from our players. This cancellation will only affect this one tournament in May 2019. Full refunds will be made to players who have already paid their entry fees. The tournament begins on Friday night, February 22, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.