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The 2018 ITTF World Cadet Challenge is set to be held in Tottori, Japan from 23-31 October. Get to know Australia’s Danni-Elle Townsend before she takes on the world as a member of Team Oceania.   Goals for the 2018 World Cadet Challenge: Win matches. When and why did you first start playing table tennis?  Six months old, because everybody else in the family played. Favourite Japanese table tennis player: Mima Ito Favourite Japanese food: Tokyo Disneyland Blue-Bayou Restaurant The first thing I think of when I...
 
The 2018 ITTF World Cadet Challenge is set to be held in Tottori, Japan from 23-31 October. Get to know Australia’s Finn Luu before he takes on the world as a member of Team Oceania.   Goals for the 2018 World Cadet Challenge: Top 8 When and why did you first start playing table tennis?   I started playing in 2011 when I was six. I began playing because my grandfather and father played and got me into the sport. Favourite Japanese table...
 
The 2018 ITTF World Cadet Challenge is set to be held in Tottori, Japan from 23-31 October. Get to know New Caledonia’s Lorie La before she takes on the world as a member of Team Oceania.   Goals for the 2018 World Cadet Challenge: Less stress and be in top 15 or 20. When and why did you first start playing table tennis?: When I was 9 because my father had been playing. Favourite Japanese table tennis player: Miu Hirano Favourite Japanese food: Ramen Favourite anime:...
 
Team Oceania is about to kickstart their 2018 ITTF World Cadet Challenge campaign as they gather in Melbourne for their first preparation camp. Oceania’s best cadets are set to compete in Tottori, Japan later this month at the World Cadet Challenge, but are first heading to  LOOPS Melbourne , for a four day training camp which will take place from the 12th-15th of October. “We are delighted to have the team prepare here in Melbourne, we’ve spared no expense in making sure
 
Dear Friends, We’re fast approaching the mid-point of the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan  and this is an opportune time to reflect on the progress made since the plan’s inception, and provide an update on the direction of ITTF-Oceania. It’s been a year and a half since I took on the role of Executive Director of ITTF-Oceania and what a year and half! Some of the highlights include: