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Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018

PENANG ASIA PACIFIC MASTERS GAMES 2018

The 1st Asia Pacific Masters Games (APMG) in Penang, Malaysia on 7-15 September 2018 is the first-ever masters multi-sport event in Asia.

An estimated 10,000 participants from the Asia Pacific region are expected to participate in nine days of sporting challenge and excitement. It is a fantastic opportunity for those who love sport – an event featuring 21 sports played in one of South East Asia’s top island destination.

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2018 Alice Springs Masters Games

The Alice Springs Table Tennis Association will again host the Table Tennis Competition at the Marian Centre, Sadadeen. Competitions held from the 14 – 19 October will include Men’s and Women’s Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles and Team events. Registrations are now open and an Early Bird Prize is on offer for participants who have registered prior to the 31st March.

The Alice Springs Masters Games is the longest running Masters Games in Australia and the biggest sporting party of the year. Alongside competition against peers, all competitors and accredited visitors have free entry to the Opening Ceremony, Mid-Week Party and Closing Ceremony. Their accreditation passes also give access to the free transport service that is available throughout the week of the Games.

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Upcoming events…

 

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    Brighton Veterans Tournament
    Apr 29 all-day

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    ITTF World Team Championships
    Apr 29 – May 6 all-day
    May
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    Australian Para Championships
    May 4 – May 8 all-day
    May
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    TSM Consulting – SA Open (Senior/Youth)
    May 6 all-day
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    TTSA Winter Competition – 1st round
    May 7 all-day
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