Table Tennis on the Fleurieu Peninsula for Competitive, Social and Visiting Players. Great Southern Table Tennis Association. Located at Port Elliot, we're a friendly and welcoming club that accommodates all levels of play, social & competition The History of the Great Southern Table Tennis Association Table Tennis was being played on the South Coast as early as 1929 with a meeting called in June of that year to form a club in Victor Harbor. Table Tennis was played at various locations within the district in the following years before formal competitions were set up including an air force team from the wartime base at Mt Breckan. It was not until after World War II that competition began in earnest across the Victor Harbor and Pt Elliot districts. In June 1949 the South Coast Table Tennis Association was formed and later renamed the Great Southern Table Tennis Association to embrace other districts in the area. Initially a competition began with 2 teams from Victor Harbor, the Penguins and the Seahawks, and 2 teams from Pt Elliot, the Spartans and the Waybacks. Once established other clubs were formed; firstly Greenhills, based at the Toc H camp, followed by Hindmarsh Valley and Inman Valley. Over the years other teams involved in the GSTTA competition were Lower Inman, Goolwa, Currency Creek, Mt. Compass, Eagles and Church of Christ. Venues for Table Tennis have included halls and schools within these towns.
Winter Winter Pennant Competition for registered players is played at Pt Elliot Institute Hall and Inman Valley Hall – May to September Play commences at 7:30 pm Summer Summer Social Competition is played at Inman Valley Hall – October to January, with a short Christmas break Autumn Autumn Social Competition is played at Pt Elliot Institute Hall from early February to mid-April Practice Thursday evenings at Pt Elliot Institute Hall from 7.30pm Social Wednesday from 9.30am until approx. midday at Port Elliot Institute Hall Friday from 9.30am to approx. 12.30pm at Pt Elliot Institute Hall
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