Tribute to Windsor Clarke by his son Peter
If you’re a sports club seeking funding, check out Sport NI’s Active Awards for Sport programme.
The scheme offers grants from £1,000 to £10,000 and aims to increase participation in sport, especially among under-represented groups such as women, older people and those with a disability.
The Cavan Junior Open was back with a bang in St. Clare’s College, Ballyjamesduff last Saturday the 8th of March to raise funds for the Cavan Oncology Unit in Cavan General Hospital. With 64 entries and a good cause to raise funds for it was sure going to be a fun packed day of games with some tight competition.
International Women’s Day is an ideal opportunity to look back on the wonderful achievements of our Female players throughout the 2013/2014 season and to pay tribute to their dedication and commitment to the sport.
Thirty three players graced the Ballymena Academy gymnasiums in an attempt to win the prestigious County Antrim Open title. There was a good spread of ages and abilities on display but it was the next generation of Ulster table tennis stars that emerged triumphant with wins in all three events, the County Antrim Open Singles, the Grade 2 Singles and the Grade 3 titles claimed by teenagers.
Last weekend saw the 2014 STIGA Ulster Junior Championship held in Fivemiletown College. Players attended from all corners of Ulster to contest a number of titles.
Ulster, 26 April
Stiga Junior Challenger: Fivemiletown
Fivemiletown College, 10 May more