01/09/2022 – Beech Hill has confirmed with Cope Foundation that the move to the Terence MacSwiney Sports Hall is a long term move pending completion of refurbishment works in the Cope Foundation Sports Halls in 2023/24. We have moved all of our equipment out of the Cope Foundation Sports Halls. We would like to thank Cope Foundation for their support for the Club since its foundation.
01/02/22 – Beech Hill has moved its playing sessions to the Terence MacSwiney Sports Hall at Hollyhill Lane, off Harbour View Road – eircode: T23W880 – and we are sharing sessions thanks to the generosity of Leeside TT Club as follows:
Monday: 6.00 – 8.00 pm
Wednesday: 8.15 – 10.15 pm
Thursday: 5.30 – 7.30 pm
Friday: 6.00 – 8.00 pm
Sunday: 12.45 – 3.00 pm (subject to coach availability)
All are welcome to attend. Please ring the following persons for more info and/or to attend a session:
Philip Shaw: Beech Hill Coach at 085 1441961
Ben Haughton: Leeside Coach at 083 8307259
Eoin Kelly: Chairperson Beech Hill at 087 0509147
18/6/21 – we did it!
19/05/21 – fingers crossed for a win!
13/4/2021: the Club’s facilities remain closed until further notice.
Welcome to Beech Hill Table Tennis, an integrated sports club that caters for all categories of players, mainstream, paralympic and intellectually impaired. Our emphasis on providing an integrated approach and environment makes the Club unique as far as the sport of table tennis in Munster is concerned, and we are very proud of that status. The Club’s ethos is founded on three principles;
- there is awareness, understanding and agreement amongst our membership that embracing diversity is right,
- embracing diversity is essential to a healthy club,
- integration is a key stone of each individual project we undertake.
The Objective of the Club shall be the organization, promotion and development of an integrated approach to the game of table tennis, providing an opportunity for our members to play table tennis in a normal community setting.
Our aims are:
To provide year-round sports training and opportunities for competition for mainstream, paralympic and intellectually impaired players.
To develop a successful model of integrated sport in the Club, involving players from all backgrounds and with different abilities and, in so doing, to increase awareness among our members and family members of the benefits of such an approach.
To develop greater awareness among the table tennis playing community in Cork and the general public of the merits and benefits of an integrated approach to the sport.
To provide our players with the normal social opportunities and benefits of membership of a sports club.