Sidebar

Support your TeamTTO Athlete

Personal Info:




Please Choose Amount:

$ 100 TT small donation
$ 200 TT
$ 300 TT
$ 400 TT
$ 500 TT (*) Recommended
$ 1,000 TT, YOU ARE A BOSS!

SPORT TABLE TENNIS
AFFILIATE Trinidad Table Tennis Association
PRESIDENT Reeza BURKE
SECRETARY Vasdev (Bob) ROOPNARINE
CONTACT (868)681-3953/337-3953
EMAIL This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A memorial   service   for   the   late   Dexter St Louis   will   be   held   on   Wednesday at the Mt Pisgah Spiritual  Baptist Church , John   Street, Chaguanas .   Starting   time   is   6pm.   Members   of   the   public   wishing to   pay their last respects are invited to attend.

Read more: St Louis memorial service on Wednesday

In this file photo, Team TTO’s Dexter St Louis serves off to India’s Amalraj Anthony (not pictured) during the Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games Team Table Tennis Round 1 at Oxenford Studios, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, on April 4,2018.

Table tennis fraternity mourns St Louis

Read more: ‘Dexter was a TT sporting legend’

France-based top T&T women's table tennis player, Rheann Chung earned a ticket to this summer's Pan American Games Table Tennis Tournament when she qualified on the third attempt at the Latin American Table Tennis Union and North American Table Tennis Union Qualifying Tournament for the Pan American Games in Guatemala City, Guatemala, yesterday.

France-based top T&T women's ta­ble ten­nis play­er, Rheann Chung earned a tick­et to this sum­mer's Pan Amer­i­can Games Ta­ble Ten­nis Tour­na­ment when she qual­i­fied on the third at­tempt at the Latin Amer­i­can Ta­ble Ten­nis Union and North Amer­i­can Ta­ble Ten­nis Union Qual­i­fy­ing Tour­na­ment for the Pan Amer­i­can Games in Guatemala City, Guatemala, yes­ter­day.

Read more: Chung books Pan Am ticket

Photo: Dexter St Louis serves during a table tennis contest with Northern Ireland at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games on 6 April. (Copyright Allan V Crane/CA-Images/Wired868)

Iconic Trinidad and Tobago table tennis player Dexter St Louis passed away today in France, where he played professionally in Bordeaux. He was 51.

Read more: Dexter St Louis dies at 51; TTOC president pays homage to iconic T&T table tennis player

Photo courtesy Pixabay

Dexter St Louis’ death, at 51, was as enigmatic as his life.

Read more: Remembering Dexter

Dexter St Louis

TT table tennis player Dexter St Louis has died at 51, after what is being described as a short illness.

Read more: [UPDATED] Ace TT table tennis player St Louis dies

More Articles ...

Page 1 of 2

Relative Sport News