Mass Equipment Allocation Announced

18 December 2015

Mass Equipment Allocation Announced

Table Tennis Ireland is delighted to announce plans for a major equipment allocation which will see schools and clubs around the country benefit from the Irish Sports Council's Sports Capital funding programme. 

Following on from the associations recently successful application process with the ISC, the initiative will now aim to drive participation of the sport in 2016 and open new doors for clubs and schools alike as they aim to develop and grow in the coming years. 

During the recent application process, there was significant interest from numerous schools/clubs/projects. The Association is delighted with the response of its members, as the willingness and enthusiasm to drive the sport at local level is very much evident across the country.

Following due consideration, it has been decided that all applicants received a proportion of the equipment requested based on the following primary criteria;
- Provincial Branch input;
- Potential for increased Participation;
- With priority to schools, projects and clubs with little or no equipment;
- And proven track record of the lead proposer/coach


The successful applicants are as follows:

University College Cork
Blarney Street Boys Primary School
North Monastery Boys Primary School
Gaelscoil Ui Drisceoil
South Coast TT
Colaiste/Gael Cholaiste Choilm - Ballincollig
Ennis National School
Cloghroe National School
Leeside TTC
Tralee TTC
Ballincollig TTC
Scoil Eoin, Ballincollig
Scoil Barra, Ballincollig
Scoil Mhuire, Ballincollig
Beech hill TTC
Scoil Bhride, Eglantine, Co Cork 
Hilton Grove TTC
Leixlip TTC
Castleknock TTC
Newbridge TTC
Hartstown Community School 
Scoil Mhuire, Clondalkin
St. Ciarans Castle Jordan
Mountrath TTC
Terenure Sports Club
St Canices National School
Sandford Parish National School
Grifeen Valley TTC
Palmerstown Community School
Marian College

Our Lady of Victories BNS, Ballymun Road, Glasnevin
Milltown National School
Donabate NS
Castlebar/Manulla Table Tennis Club
Ballyhaunis CS TTC
Colaiste muire, Mayo
Colaiste Bhaile Chlair Claregalway


This is a fantasic success story for TTI, and one which we hope will support our key strategic focus in driving participation at all levels around the country. In total, 85 tables will be allocated in the coming weeks, with the emphasis of mass participation being the primary focus from all involved. 

We at Table Tennis Ireland wish all recipients the very best wiith their plans for 2016.

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