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It all starts tomorrow.....
Megan, Charlotte, Naomi, Dan, Conor and Ryan will challenge the best at the World individual Championships in Paris Bercy. Over 850 participants from 130 different countries will fight it out to be crowned the champion on 20th May
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Regular reports every day will be here
You can also get the live results on www.ittf.com
Video - http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=9Zvjp5JX3o8&feature=youtu.be&a=&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D9Zvjp5JX3o8%26feature%3Dyoutu.be%26a
Four young talents will travel with Simon Oyler down to Plymouth to train and compete against England's South West squad this weekend
Anna Hursey, Lara Whitton, David Avery and Louie Evans are all young hopefuls for our future and a program is being implemented to make sure their development is increased at a quicker rate
This event will be the first of many for this young group, who's ages start as young as 6 years old.
With the team event finally concluded it was the women's doubles plus Ryan and Charlotte in action to focus upon.
The last team match was played first thing this morning and both teams faced Australia.
The team event was the first hurdle for the day with both teams in 5-8 placement matches. The women won their 3/1 against Sri Lanka with Charlotte (2) and Angharad (1) taking their matches. This means they get to play Australia for 5-6 place tomorrow. The men had to take on their locals in Northern Ireland. Ryan won 2 and Dan beat Peter Graham to seal it so they face Australia also for 5-6 place tomorrow.