Table tennis has key role in Games

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Karl Bushell

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Table tennis was a big part of the National Junior Games, which took place at the Stoke Mandeville complex and were attended by 130 participants.

The Junior Games are a vital part of WheelPower’s sports development plan for young disabled people. They provide the participants with a unique opportunity to combine competition, coaching and participation.

Karl Bushell was on hand to provide table tennis coaching and support as well as running a tournament and several fun challenges. Karl donated various prizes for the competitors and the competitions were well supported.

Main Competition

Winner: Jack Jones, Bushey Meads School

Runner-up: Callum Moxon, St John Fisher

Third: Reece Collins, Arbour Vale

Fourth: Domenico Bacon, individual entrant

Challenge 1 (Football targets) winner: Robbie Ruth, Woodlands

Challenge 2 (Mini Bat competition) winner: Abderrahim Taghrest, Bushey Meads

Challenge 3 (Target challenge) winner: Daniel Hopkins, individual entrant

Prize for Effort and Enthusiasm: Parag Sangani, St John Fisher

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