TTSA Honour roll

2018 TTSA Award Winners

Table Tennis SA Awards

Sir Mark L. Mitchell Memorial Trophy

Best male or female senior player, taking into account State, Australian and International performances, during the previous twelve months

Winner:

Jim Aufderheide Trophy

Best Junior Player, taking into account State, Australian and International performances, during the past twelve months

Winner: Isaiah Lee – Payneham
Has won many singles and boys doubles in tournaments, throughout the year. Isaiah was no. 1 State Ranked player in U/18 Boys, U/15 Boys, 2 in U/21 Boys and is 3rd in Senior Mens Rankings. Is Under 15 but competing in open winter competition and has 50% in
match results. Competed in an ITTF Oceania Elevate Performance Camp followed by the Oceania Junior Championships held in the Cook Islands. His team came 2nd and in individual event, Isaiah came fourth.

S.A.T.T.A Trophy

Best Male player in match play competition conducted by TTSA during the previous twelve months

Winner: Paul Langley – Brighton Club and Sam von Einem – Woodville Club with 30 wins each

Alan Lyon Trophy

Best female player in match play competition conducted by TTSA, during the previous twelve months

Winner: Stephy Ngu – Payneham Club
22 wins and 4 losses – 61.1 % In top mixed grade in winter competition

Max Medwell Trophy

Outstanding male player, taking into account performances in match play competition, other than the highest grade of play, conducted by TTSA, including performances in tournaments

Winner: Royce Goh – Adelaide
Top player in Division 2 W32/L4 with 88.9% – He is only 13 years old.. Won all Under 13 Boys Singles throughout the year, State Ranked player 4 in U/15 Boys, 1 in U/13 Boy and won State U/13 Boys Singles, Is in SA team for the National Juniors competing in Townsville.

Raelene Owen Trophy

Outstanding female player, taking into account performances in match play competition, other the highest grade of play, conducted by TTSA including performances in tournaments

Winner: Michelle Chan – Adelaide Club
Competed in Div. 2 with W23, L4 with 85.2%. Won the Mitcham, Brighton and Woodville  U/15 Girls Singles during the year, with State ranking U/21 No. 1 Women, No. 1 in Open Women.

Special Club Award

To the Club winning the most premierships during the current winter TTSA competition or credited with team performances in the major round matches

Winner: East Adelaide with 4 premierships

Molly Gleeson Trophy

Best Veteran player, taking into account State, Australian and International performances, during the past twelve months

Winner: Paul Langley – Brighton Club
Paul has won many tournaments during the year in O/30 and O/40 events. Mens Singles City of Mitcham, State titles, Brighton, Woodville, with men’s doubles and mixed doubles as well.
In the winter competition he was equal top with 30 wins (W 33, L 3) and was State Ranked at No. 1 in the Over 40 Mens grade.
At National Veterans Championship was member of O/40 team won gold, runner-up in men’s singles, won men’ doubles with S. Pandit.
Won Award as Top Player in the O/40 men’s teams and Ranked No.1 in O/40 Men in Australia.

Volunteer of the Year – Cynthia Langley Trophy

Be awarded to individuals, nominated by the Board of SA for their continued offer of assistance, as a volunteer in all areas of the sport for Table Tennis in South Australia

Winner: Richard Grant – Woodville
Richard (over 80) has been a member of Woodville for many years. He is a qualified umpire and runs the Woodville tournaments with the Rating Central program. He has held positions of Secretary and Treasurer for the Club and runs the canteen when the club is hired out for school competitions. He continues to play twice a week.
He purchases items for canteen, takes bookings, fixes electrical problems and opens the club at all hours for workmen. He is always willing to assist at any time and never looks for any acknowledgement for his efforts.

Coach of the Year – William Oatey OAM Trophy

Be awarded to individuals, accredited as coaches and nominated by the Board of South Australian, for outstanding service in the coaching of players from all ages

Winner: Kevin Malyschko – Woodville
Kevin has been Assistant State Coach for junior teams for the last 5 years. In 2017 he completed the Office of Recreation and Sport – Elite Coaching certificate. He manages and oversees the Tier 2 Development Squad for the last 5 years. Kevin is always willing to assist the State in coaching camps and sessions.

Official of the Year – Doug Luckraft OAM Trophy

Be awarded to qualified officials, nominated by the Board of SA, for their continued support and performances during the past twelve months

Winner: Dr. Wing Au
Wing, as Referee, has assisted with the running of local tournaments throughout the year. He officiated at the Commonwealth Games in Queensland, in April and within the last few months has been the first SA official, for many years, to obtain his International Umpire (IU) qualification

Harold Williams Award

This trophy is awarded to and held for a period of twelve months by the individuals, nominated by the Board of SA, for outstanding service to the sport of Table Tennis in South Australia.

Winner: Mrs. Ann Percy – Houghton
Ann has been actively involved in Table Tennis for over 30 years, at both a local club level and as a key volunteer on the Board of Table tennis SA (TTSA) Inc. She has held numerous positions on the Board of TTSA over the last 12 years, including roles as Executive Director, Finance Director and combination of portfolios where coverage was required. She has assisted in the running of national events at junior, senior and para events. Ann has contributed to the sport at all levels and her efforts have enabled participants to enjoy our sport. Ann is a great credit to the sport of Table Tennis.

Chris Leonard Trophy

Best male or female senior or junior athlete with a disability, taking into account State, Australian and International performances, during the previous twelve months

Winner: Sam von Einem – Woodville Table Tennis Club
Sam has performed very well in tournament at local level, as well as his performances in AWD events.
Croydon (Vic) Table Tennis Tournament – Para Singles Winner
Victorian Open Senior & Para Championships – Para Singles Winner
Australian National Para (AWD) Championships held in Canberra, ACT
– Class 11 Mens Singles – Gold Medal
– Class 11 Mens Doubles – Gold Medal
– Class 11 Mens Teams – Gold Medal
– Open Mens Standing Class 6-11 Singles – Silver Medal
Australian Open & Youth TTC, in Mornington, Victoria. Sam represented SA in Open Mens Team. Order of Merit in Mens Singles – No. 10.
China Para Open in Beijing, Class 11 Mens Singles – Gold Medal
China Para Open in Beijing, Class 11 Mens Teams – Gold Medal
Sam will have the opportunity to compete in the World Para Championships to be held in October in Slovenia.

TTSA Junior Scholarships

Two Scholarships of $500 each to encourage juniors to further their career in Table Tennis
2 players will be selected who are either under 15 or under 13 and who must be eligible for state team selection and must attend all state team training sessions, not to bring the sport into disrepute and to provide a good example for fellow players
The candidates will be chosen by the executive committee and ratified by the BOM
The Scholarship will cover the period of 1 January to 31 December and will be awarded in January each year for the ensuing year
Performances in tournaments, winter match play (where applicable) and state rankings will be considered when selections are being made.

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Winner:

TTSA Mens Champion - The JOHN MEHAFFEY CUP
2015 T. Dang
2014 P. Langley
2013 An Phan
2012 J. Schubert
2011 J. Schubert
2010 A. Swanson
2009 P. Langley
2008 S. Houston
2007 A. Swanson
2006 Li Wang Li
2005 Li Wang Li
2004 W. Henzell
2003 R. Lavale (Vic)
2002 Li Wang Li
2001 W. Henzell
2000 Li Wang Li
1999 Li Wang Li
1998 R. Lavale (Vic)
1997 R. Lavale (Vic)
1996 N. Ward
1995 P. Langley
1994 P. Langley
1993 P. Langley
1992 R. Javor
1991 R. Javor
1990 R. Javor
1989 R. Javor
1988 R. Javor
1987 N. Ward
1986 R. Javor
1985 N. Ward
1984 T. Danielsson (Vic)
1983 R. Javor
1982 G. Tepper (Vic)
1981 R. Carlyle (Vic)
1980 N. Ward
1979 N. Ward
1978 R. Carlyle (Vic)
1977 N. Ward
1976 P. Pinkewich (NSW)
1975 S. Morosffy (Hungary)
1974 G. Munday (Vic)
1973 A. Frankenburg
1972 P. Powell
1971 P. Powell
1970 P. Pinkewich  (NSW)
1969 C. Wuvanich  (V)
1968 A. Frankenburg
1967 M. Thomson
1966 C. McDonald  (NSW)
1965 C. McDonald  (NSW)
1964 M. Thomson
1963 M. Thomson
1962 V. Hirsch  (V)
1961 V. Hirsch  (V)
1960 S. Morgan
1959 J. Brakovskis
1958 J. Brakovskis
1957 G. Jennings
1956 G. Jennings (Vic)
1955 J. Brakovskis
1954 J. Brakovskis
1953 V. Matison (Vic)
1952 V. Laaring
1951 M. Calonius
1950 J. Mehaffey
1949 J. Mehaffey
1948 R. Clements
1947 J. Mehaffey
1946 R. Roberts
1942 In recess
1941 R. Roberts
1940 B.E. Fryar
1939 R. Roberts
1938 M. Lane
1937 M. Coleman
1936 M. Coleman
1935 R. Roberts
1934 A. Champion (Vic)
1933 M. Coleman
1932 M. McIntosh
1931 M. Coleman
1930 M. Coleman
1929 M. Blee
1928 L. Barnes
1927 M. Coleman
1926 M. Coleman
1925 R. Wilson
1924 G. Roberts
1923 H. Furze
TTSA Womens Champion
2015 M. Guseva
2014 S. Ngu
2013 Vy Bui
2012 S. Ngu
2011 S. Ngu
2010 S. Ngu
2009 S. Ngu
2008 K. Bungey
2007 M. Cho
2006 M. Cho
2005 M. Cho
2004 M. Cho
2003 A. Jolley
2002 M. Cho
2001 M. Cho
2000 M. Cho
1999 M. Cho
1998 S. Zhou (V)
1997 S. Zhou (V)
1996 T. Gough
1995 B. Bird
1994 L. Tichy
1993 K. Gould
1992 L. Tichy
1991 B. Bird
1990 B. Bennett (V)
1989 S. Mitchell
1988 S. Mitchell
1987 S. Mitchell
1986 L. Tichy
1985 L. Tichy
1984 L. Godley
1983 L. Godley
1982 B. Bird
1981 A. Middleton
1980 K. Fudge
1979 A. Middleton
1978 C. Little
1977 A. Middleton
1976 A. Middleton
1975 C. Little (V)
1974 C. Little
1973 A. McMahon
1972 V. Woodward (V)
1971 L. Hourigan
1970 J. Lane
1969 J. Lane
1968 L. Davey
1967 L. Gilbert (V)
1966 L. Murphy
1965 R. Owen
1964 R. Curyer
1963 J. Mark
1962 R. Curyer
1961 R. Curyer
TTSA Youth Under 21 Mens Champion
2015 S. von Einem
2014 M. Cutahija
2013 S. von Einem
2012 S. von Einem
2011 V. Bui
2010 K. Nguyen
2009 J. Schubert
2008 J. Schubert
2007 V. Bui
2006 M. Tunbridge
2005 R. Frank (V)
2004 A. Swanson
2003 R. Abbas
2003 Converted to Under 21
2002 A. Swanson
2001 W. Henzell
2000 A. Swanson
1999 W. Henzell
1998 A. Swanson
1997 T. Brown (Vic)
1996 W. Henzell
1996 Converted to Under 20
1995 P. Carter
1994 P. Carter
1994 Converted to Under 19
1993 P. Langley
1992 B. Rajab (Vic)
1991 P. Langley
1990 M. Lee
1989 R. Moore (Vic)
1988 R. Moore (Vic)
1987 D. Lee
1986 D. Lee
1985 S. Campbell
1984 D. Leyden (Vic)
1983 N. McNamara
1982 G. Tepper (Vic)
1981 R. Carlyle (Vic)
TTSA Youth Under 21 Womens Champion
2015 M. Guseva
2014 V. Bui
2013 No event
2012 B. Cher
2011 S. Ngu
2010 S. Ngu
2009 V. Bui
2008 C. Phan
2007 No event
2006 No event
2005 K. Leung
2004 K. Bungey
2003 A. Jolley
2003 Converted to Under 21
2002 M. Cho
2001 M. Cho
2000 M. Cho
1999 M. Cho
1998 M. Cho
1997 T. Gough
1996 T. Gough
1996 Converted to Under 20
1995 T. Gough
1994 T. Gough
TTSA Life Members
 F.G. Hicks*
 M.F. Brown*
 A.M. Lyon*
 C.C. Whitridge *
 A.G. Inkley*
 R.A. Vardon*
 R.A. Brinsley*
 E.W. Archer*
 E.W. Amos*
 Dr. J.F. Jackson*
 M.M. Drew*
 S. Aarons*
 B. Howard (dec)
 W.Oatey OAM
 D.L. Tucker*
 P. Anderson*
 D.T. Collins*
 J. Auferheide*
 B. Rudd*
 R. Owen
 H. Williams*
 C. Langley
 N. Bell*
 N. Ward
 C. Leonard
 G. Goss
 D. Luckraft OAM*
 B. Howard
 B. Tickner
 B. Jolley*
 A. Percy

* Deceased

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