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28 March 2022
IMPORTANT NOTICE – APRIL 2022Please be advised of the following changes to general operations and schedule at LOOPS TTC over the coming days and weeks. BALLARAT SATURDAY APRIL 2 With so many members playing on Saturday the 2nd of April in Ballarat, training has been cancelled. Note. LOOPS will be closed on Saturday the 2nd April. Please contact Joe if you would like to make individual arrangements.
16 December 2021
Updates to our Terms of ServiceAs we’re constantly looking for ways to improve the LOOPS experience and to ensure that our policies explain how our services work. So we’re letting you know about a few updates to our Terms of Service. Here’s a summary of the key changes. Our Purpose of our Code of Conduct: • The LOOPS TTC Member Code of Conduct defines the standards of behaviour that are expected from all LOOPS TTC Member at all times (on and off the court). It provides a clear endorsement of values embraced by the LOOPS TTC Member, so that whenever the LOOPS TTC is represented it is with pride, integrity, humility and honour.
17 July 2021
Raising children in Australia: Not involved in sports, not yet AustralianFirst of all here are a couple of lines about the guest in a recent article posted by SBS Vietnamese: Mr. Le Son Anh Hoang is the parent of Le Tam Nguyen (English name is Cherry, 14 years old, living in Victoria). Cherry went to Australia to settle down when she started secondary school. I have been playing table tennis since I was 6 years old when I was in first grade. Cherry has participated in movement competitions until the national youth championship in Vietnam, the international youth tournament in Singapore. Cherry currently trains regularly at the Loops Table Tennis potty club in Sunshine, Victoria. Cherry's highest achievements to date in Australia are winning the U/15 women's singles, the U/17 women's doubles and the 2nd place of the U/17 women's singles at the Victoria Open. April 2021.