Massage Chairs To Help Improve Tennis Game

Pharmaceutical drugs are the most common means to ease pain away while playing any sport including table tennis. Who like to suffer from pain any way? All we have to do is just reach into our cabinets, wait for a couple of hours and bid goodbye to pain.

We take Pharmaceutical drugs no matter how simple or great our ailment is. But do you know that there is also another way of relieving pain, and its much more relaxing and is good to our body. The thing is called Massage therapy.

Massage therapy techniques varies from Swedish, shiatsu, acupressure, reflexology, and deep tissue. These techniques work on specific areas and have specific benefits. And all of these massage therapy techniques are offered in good massage chair.

One way of treating pain is Massage therapy which is in fact second


The 2005/06 season starts this week and the anticipation of the forthcoming battles among the competitors is already creating great waves of excitement through the table tennis fraternity. Fermanagh is now one of the largest competitive leagues in Ireland with 48 teams competing over 6 leagues.

The office bearers and committee for the Fermanagh Table Tennis Association for the incoming season are as follows: –

Chairman: Gary Nevin, Vice Chairman: Thomas McConkey, Secretary: David Keys, Match Secretary: Alan Coalter, Press Secretary: Geoffrey Slater, Treasurer: Victor Magee, Tournament Co-ordinator: Deirdre Slater, Fundraisers: Martin Carey and Dessie Elton. Committee Members – Mervyn Carleton, James Mayne, Tom Phair & Jeremy Lappin. The Ulster Table Tennis Branch has also elected David Wilson as the Western Regional Co-ordinator for the sport.

Both the new and outgoing committees wish to thank all sponsors for their support …

The Fermanagh Junior Open Tournament

The Fermanagh Junior Open tournament was held in the Lakeland Forum on Saturday and this year saw a record entry with over 120 young people from the four provinces of Ireland competing for the titles of U10, U12, U14 and U17 Champion in both boys and girls events. All matches were hotly contested through group and knockout stages with feelings of jubilation and disappointment experienced in the hall throughout the day.

The U10 contest gave children who have recently started to play table tennis their first taste of a tournament atmosphere and the audience was not disappointed with their standard of play. The U10 Girls’ final was between Ashley Givan from Clogher TT Club and Laura Dunworth (Belfast) Ashley displayed some excellent table tennis in the final to take her first major title.


Kieran Reilly from Cavan and Andrew Nicholl