School Games squads are named

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The regional table tennis squads for the School Games at Loughborough University have been named.

There are no individual events this year as the competition has been scaled back, but eight regions will battle over three days in a round-robin event to determine the champions.

The defending champions are Midlands in the boys and South East in the girls and there will also be a standing disability event.

Among the high-profile players in action are three who were runners-up in last year’s individual events – Joe Clark (NE), Kate Cheer (SE) and Shae Thakker (SE). Also in the field is the 2015 girls’ champion Rebecca Finn of Northern Ireland.

Squads

North East
Girls: Gauri Duhan, Jasmin Wong, Sophie Barlow; Boys: Shayan Siraj, Joe Clark, Josh Weatherby; Standing disability: Alex Bland

North West
Girls: Megan Dillon, Alice Dillon, Robyn Cosgrove; Boys: Amirul Hussain, Connor Whitehead, Harry Watson; Standing disability: Joe Davies

South East
Girls: Kate Cheer, Sarah Menghistab, Isabelle Joubeily; Boys: James Smith, Israel Awolaja, George Hazell; Standing disability: Shae Thakker

South West
Girls: Amy Blagbrough, Gemma Kerr, Katie Holt; Boys: Matthew Daish, Olly Tyndall, Artur Veeck Caltabiano; Standing disability: Dylan Tynan

Midlands
Girls: Mollie Patterson, Bhavika Mistry, Darcie Proud; Boys: Naphat Boonyaprapa, Sam Chesterman, Tom McIntosh; Standing disability: Tom Spicer

Scotland
Girls: Tessa Yau, Faye Leggett, Jennie Yang; Boys: Callum Morrison, Keir Morton, Dylan Curry; Standing disability: Elliot Medland

Wales
Girls: Beth Richards, Jamie-Lee Harley, Lara Whitton; Boys: Joshua Stacey, Benedict Watson, Joseph Roberts; Standing disability: Tam Eastwood

Northern Ireland
Girls: Rebecca Finn, Lucy Craig, Nicole Scott; Boys: Conor Nugent, James Skelton, Julian Kelly; Standing disability: David McCaughern

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