In this section we have provided links to a variety of useful resources for clubs and associations:
"Sporty" have made available to all sports clubs and RSO's a touch free contact tracing app. Details on use of the app can be viewed HERE
Tournament Planner is now the standard tournament management software for TTNZ rated tournaments.
Tournament Planner Website: CLICK HERE
Guidebook for Tournament Planner & League Planner CLICK HERE
Yi-Sien from Canterbury has produced a super tutorial to instruct tournament managers in it's use.You can view it here
PLAYER TRANSFERPlease complete the online player transfer application form when requesting to transfer from one association to another. Please note as per the TTNZ Handbook a player may represent an association provided he/she:"has had a transfer application to that Association accepted by TTNZ, at least 50 days preceding the date on which the representative contest is held". Note only one transfer per player in a calendar year.
Player Transfer Application Form
HEALTH & SAFETY
Sport NZ Event Risk Management Templates (for download)
Worksafe Health & Safety Guide
POLICE CHECK FORM
Table Tennis New Zealand is registered with the New Zealand Police to have personnel of the organization, its Associations and their Clubs checked for criminal histories that may put the community and our organizations at risk.
Police Vetting Process
Vetting Service Request & Consent Form
SPORT NZ RESOURCES
Regional Sports Trusts Directory
Sports Administration Resources
Sport NZ Demographic Insights Tool - Includes map of all NZ Schools, with contact details
Sport Tutor: Sports Courses (Governance, Sportsafe etc)
ITTF Administration Course
ITTF Education Courses
Pop Music Video from Korea
Ping Pong Celebration!
Pingpong Bruce Lee Style
Ping Pong Fun Directory
FUN GAMES There are many fun ways to play Table Tennis including: Team Contest - Changing PlayersA player from each team start the match. After five points you don’t just change serves – you also change players. The next two players play the next five points, and so on to 21.Play best of three, best of five, or best of seven, or best of anything. It doesn’t matter how many players there are in a team. It works whether you’ve got two, or ten, or any number.Variation options:
It might even catch on at a more serious level. They’ve always done it in lawn and indoor bowls, Athletics, swimming and relay races.Club Night Matches Up and Down the Table - A way of organising games on club nights is:
Relay RacesTeams start on one side of the hall.
Organising this with large numbers of juniors, you will need ear protection.Tennis DoublesAs ordinary doubles but instead of alternating the striking of the ball, players may only play the ball that lands on their side of the centre line. Balls landing right on the line can be hit by either player but prior agreement on who should take them will minimise collisions, heated argument and opposition mirth.Crazy BatsMINI-BATS
HOLES IN BATS
CEOWarren OgilvieE: email@example.comPh: 0211813355
Operations ManagerChris YoungE: firstname.lastname@example.orgPh: 0274500962
Community ManagerJessica MacAskillE: email@example.comPh: 0221906413
Events ManagerZak MiddletonE: firstname.lastname@example.orgPh: 0226829581
Projects ManagerKaushik PatelE: email@example.comPh: 021966344
TTNZ Office HoursMonday to Friday9.00am-5.00pm