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New Caledonia Top the Tables

Gone are the days that New Caledonia would sweep the Gold in this event but they are still top overall.

In a fascinating competition, the development work of the ITTF appears to be showing through as six countries shared medals in Table Tennis, three sharing Gold.more

Men's Singles Final

Richel Sen, 2nd seed against top seed Fredric Quach. A classic Final.more

Women's Singles Final

Fijian Qu Rujian took on Priscilla Tommy from Vanuatu. Experience proved to be a very valuable commodity.more

Men's Double's Final

Top seed's Laurent Villeminot and Fredric Quach from New Caledonia had a comfortable win against Arnold Arizala and Jin Up Kim from Guam.more

Women's Doubles Final

Laura Arnaud and Alexandra Heraclide from New Caledonia took on Priscilla Tommy and Anolyn Lulu from Vanuatu in the Gold medal match for the Women's Doubles.

And what a great match it was!more

Men's Semi Final results

Fredric Quach (NCL) and Richel Sen (FIJ) are through to the men's singles final.more

Women's Semi Finals

Young future star Priscilla Tommy (VAN) and Rujian Qu (FIJ) are through to the Women's final Gold medal playoff.more

Men's round of 16 and quarter Finals

Four Finals will be played and won today in the last day of the table tennis event of the 7th South Pacific Mini games in Koror, Palau. The Women's Doubles, Men's doubles, Women's Singles and Men's singles.more

Women's Singles quarter Finals - Major Upsets!

The top two seeded players are out of the Women's singles and the 4th seed has just scraped through.more

The Singles early rounds!

In the morning today, Day 4 of the table tennis event, the early rounds of the Singles events were held. In both the Men's and Women's event there was only one major casualty when 8th seed in the men's singles Chen Lin Ying was knocked out early.more

Men's and Women's Doubles - NCL Relief!

The doubles were played all the way until the final tonight here in Koror, Palau. The Palaun girls found some success and the Fijian boys went OHH so close to taking out the top seeded New Caledonian pair in the semi final.more

Mixed Doubles - Fijian Delight

The Mixed Doubles of the table tennis event was played and won today here in Koror Palau. It was delight for the Fijians taking their first table tennis gold medal in over 30 years at a South Pacific Games.more

FINAL NIGHT OF THE TEAM'S EVENT

It was the final night here in the table tennis for the team's event at the 7th South Pacific Mini Games. It is the first time table tennis has been included in the mini South Pacific games and it was an extremely exciting night.more

Vanuatu Women hold Tough

This morning the Vanuatu Womens team, favourite for the Gold medal were put under heavy pressure from a spirited Fijian Team.more

Big scare for New Caledonian Men's team

In what was probably the deciding match of the Men's team event tonight here in Palau a thrilling match was played out between the more fancied New Caledonian team and the imposing experienced Guam team.more

New Caledonia and Vanuatu stamp authority

The New Caledonian Men's team and the Vanuatu Women's team show why they are the favourites for the gold.more

TEAMS EVENT UNDERWAY

The table tennis event at the 7th South Pacific Mini Games got underway this morning at the Ngarachamayong cultural centre in Koror, Palau.more

TECHNICAL MEETING/SCHEDULE UPDATE

The technical meeting date has changed. It will now be held at 6pm on Tuesday the 26th at the table tennis venue (The Ngarachemayong Cultural Centre). As well there has been slight change to the schedule.more

Table Tennis Entries by Number

So far we are expecting 48 men and 37 Women athletes from 12 and 9 Countries respectively, to take part in the Table Tennis Tournament at the 2005 Mini South Pacific Games.

Entry By Number Formmore
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