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Murray Bridge to Host 2019 National Para Championships

TTA is pleased to announce the National Para Championships will be held in Murray Bridge, South Australia, from 1st-5th February 2019. The venue will be the Murray Bridge Table Tennis Association. Murray Bridge is a growing regional centre located on the picturesque banks of the mighty Murray River – a short 45 minutes from Adelaide.

TTA is taking a new direction in 2019 by creating Event Agreements between TTA and State/Territory Associations for our National Championships. In this instance, TTA is proud to partner with Table Tennis South Australia (TTSA) to deliver and showcase our premier national para event.

TTA and TTSA are grateful for the generous support provided by the Rural City of Murray Bridge to bring the event to South Australia.

Rural City of Murray Bridge CEO Michael Sedgman said the partnership between Council and TTA was a coup for the State and would be of great benefit to the region.

“Hosting events such as this is a win for everyone involved,” he said.

“Competitors, coaches, officials and spectators can look forward to a warm welcome by an active sporting community that champions inclusion.

“Murray Bridge is fast becoming a destination of choice for large scale sporting events and we welcome the economic benefit and tourism opportunities that events like this bring to the region.

“Based on our experience hosting table tennis during the Murray Bridge Green 2018 South Australian Masters Games I can guarantee competitors and spectators alike will enjoy their time in our Rural City.”

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      2018 Country Carnival

      Teams Competition  Winners

        Murray Bridge Men A

           Gary Mcdougall

           Des Short

            Steve Hock

             Murray Bridge Women  A

           Laurette Norton

            Tamara Attrill

              Heather Richards