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Table Tennis

Table Tennis, also known as ping-pong , is like an indoor version of tennis in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth across a table using small rackets.

The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net and can be played in singles and doubles events.

The most common modified version of Table Tennis is Polybat, which is played on a table tennis table with the net removed and with side barriers added. 

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Local Table Tennis opportunities

Para Table Tennis (Tennis ACT)

Table Tennis ACT runs a weekly Para Table Tennis session for players of all ability levels - from brand new to the game to State and National representatives. Sessions are modified to suit the individual and involve a warm up, footwork and table tennis technique according to ability. There's also 30 minutes of game time at the end of the session to bring out the competitive juices.

All activities are conducted by accredited coaches who hold a current Working with Vulnerable People card. If you are new, just look for Rosanna (Coordinator) when you arrive.

DAY: Saturday

TIME: 11:00am-12:30pm

LOCATION:  Kingston Table Tennis Centre - next to Kingston Oval (cnr Canberra Ave and Dawes St)

WHO IT'S FOR: People with a disability

LEVEL: Recreational/Social

COST: Free for members.  Non-members can come and try for free for one session.

For more details, go to the Table Tennis ACT website or pop Rosanna an email at info@tabletennisact.org.au