The 2023 Atlantic Table Tennis Championships were hosted by the NLTTA in Paradise, NL on May 20 and 21. Ninety-four players from all four Atlantic Provinces competed in 25 events.  Players ranged in age from 7 to over 60. The tournament was jam packed with lots of competitive and spirited matches.  

Here are the results from the championships

Senior Male Team 1. PEI 2. NB

Junior Male Team 1. NS 2. NB

Junior Female Team 1. NL (A) 2. NL (B)

Championship Male Singles 1. Todd Gregory (PEI) 2. Di Liu (NS)

Championship Female Singles 1. Divine Aseo (NL) 2. Annalise Macnutt (NS)

B Singles 1. Agrim Vaibhav (NS) 2. Minh Nguyen (PEI)

C Singles 1. Harrison Woodworth (NB) 2. Agrim Vaibhav (NS)

D Singles 1. Peter Quinlan (NL) 2. Zaeem Arif (PEI)

Male U15 Singles 1. Harrison Woodworth (NB) 2. Omar Shafi (NS)

Female U15 Singles 1. Joanna Teresa Raj (NB) 2. Theekshitha Prakash (NB)

Male U19 Singles 1. Oliver Woodworth (NB) 2. Agrim Vaibhav (NS)

Female U19 Singles 1. Divine Aseo (NL) 2. Ciela Libid (NL)

Male U21 Singles 1. Zaeem Arif (PEI) 2. Oliver Woodworth (NB)

Female U21 Singles 1. Chloe Pelley (NL) 2. Theekshitha Prakash (NB)

21-39 Singles 1. Todd Gregory (PEI) 2. Di Liu (NS)

40+ Singles 1. Lee Richards (NL) 2. Babu Thiravidamani (NB)

50+ Singles 1. Merv Greenham (NL) 2. Yorck Sommerhauser (NL)

60+ Singles 1. David Milley (NL) 2. Ingrid McPhee (NB)

Championship Male Doubles 1. Jeff Clow & Tood Gregory (PEI) 2. Merv Greenham & Lee Richards (NL)

Male U15 Doubles 1. Daniel Patey & Ryder Walters (NL) 2. Kenneth Anthony Martin & Jadon Anthony Martin (NB)

Male U19 Doubles 1. Harrison & Oliver Woodworth (NB) 2. Xander Brown & Agrim Vaibhav (NS)

Female U19 Doubles 1. Divine Aseo & Ciela Libid (NL) 2. Madison Clarke & Chloe Pelley (NL)

B Doubles 1. Nick Hiscock & Peter Quinlan (NL) 2. Michel Ichiy & Harrison Woodworth (NB)

Championship Mixed Doubles 1. Michel Ichiy & Ingrid McPhee (NB) 2. Di Liu & Annalise Macnutt (NS)

U19 Mixed Doubles 1. Peter Quinlan & Divine Aseo (NL) 2. Gavin Parsons & Madison Clarke (NL)

Next year’s event will be taking place in New Brunswick for the first time in many years and participants from this year’s event are already looking forward to renewing rivalries and friendships.