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St Vincent’s College Ashfield dominated the intermediate girls’ and senior girls’ divisions. Photo: SCS/Supplied
St Vincent’s College Ashfield dominated the intermediate girls’ and senior girls’ divisions. Photo: SCS/Supplied

Sydney Olympic Park was abuzz with excitement on 9 June, as over 500 students gathered for the highly anticipated table tennis championships.

Organised with the support of Table Tennis NSW, this event showcased the remarkable skills and fierce competition among talented young players from various schools.

In a display of exemplary sportsmanship and relentless determination, students from different age groups showcased their prowess in intense matches.

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The championships witnessed breathtaking rallies, lightning-fast reflexes, and strategic manoeuvres that left spectators in awe.

St Vincent’s College Ashfield’s formidable players dominated the intermediate girls’ and senior girls’ divisions.

With their exceptional technique and unwavering focus, they emerged victorious, cementing their reputation as the leading force in girls’ table tennis.

OLMC Burraneer were a power to be reckoned with in the junior girls’ category, demonstrating their precision and agility on the table.

Their skillful plays and strategic shots secured them the well-deserved championship title.

In the boys’ divisions, St Patrick’s College Sutherland displayed their table tennis prowess, clinching the title in the fiercely contested intermediate boys’ category.

Their remarkable agility, powerful smashes, and precise shots set them apart from the competition.

Meanwhile, DeLaSalle Revesby showcased exceptional talent in the senior boys’ division, leaving their opponents struggling to keep up with their lightning-quick reflexes and strategic play.

Their well-deserved victory reflected their dedication and countless hours of practice.

The junior boys’ category witnessed an outstanding performance from Freeman College, Bonnyrigg.

With their precision and agility, they astounded the audience and secured the championship title, cementing their place as rising stars in the world of table tennis.

The table tennis championships not only showcased the incredible talent of these young athletes but also served as a testament to their hard work and dedication.

The event provided a platform for students to hone their skills, build friendships, and foster a spirit of healthy competition.

The success of the championships can be attributed to the collaborative efforts of Table Tennis NSW, the participating schools, and the passionate athletes themselves.

Their collective commitment to promoting table tennis as a sport of skill, agility, and sportsmanship was evident throughout the event.

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