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Benefits of Table Tennis

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Table tennis is a low‑impact sport, played in schools, youth clubs, health centres and even workplaces. This Olympic sport has incredible health benefits that few people are aware of. It continues to grow in popularity year on year and is one of the few active sports that can be played from 9 to 90.

Cardiovascular exercise, improves fitness, hand-eye coordination and gross motor coordination, gentle on joints, stimulates concentration, and gets kids off their devices and having some fun, socialising and learning a new skill all at the same time.

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Table tennis is coming to the Wollondilly.

13 times Australian Table Tennis Champion, Paul Pinkewich, will present a demonstration game to launch this great new sport in the Wollondilly.

Also attending will be State Member, Nathaniel Smith MP, Wollondilly Mayor, Matt Gould and Ted Davis (Vice-President Table Tennis NSW).

(Light refreshments will be provided)

Date   Saturday, 19 Feb 2022

Time   3:00pm

Venue - 79 Westbourne Ave, Thirlmere (church hall)

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Tuesdays:     Open session 7:30-9:30pm

Fridays:          Seniors 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Fridays:          Kids (Grades 5-12)  3:00pm to
                            6:00pm (includes coaching and 

                            light refreshments)


Venue:            79 Westbourne Ave,

                            Thirlmere (church hall) 



$10 per 2 -3 hours session (or $15 for more than one family member)


Alternatively $80 per school term

(or $120 for more than one family member)


(includes racquet hire)


Book session through our booking link or when you turn up.

Regular Program
(during school term)


Come along and give it a go.

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