• Level 1 and 2 Coaching Award Certificates approved by the International Table Tennis Federation
  • ITTF-PTT Level 1 Coaching Certificate approved by the International Table Tennis Federation

 

  • 2003-2013 Head Coach/Director, Table Tennis Academy, Malta
  • 1994-1997 Head Coach/Director, St. Venera Table Tennis School, Malta
  • Official Coach, during various National Team tournaments, held locally, and internationally
  • Bronze Award for Best Athelete by MOC in 2006
  • 8 times ‘Singles’, National Senior Champion
  • 14 times ‘Doubles’, National Senior Champion
  • 1 time 'Mixed Doubles', National Senior Champion
  • 15 times ‘Teams’, Premier Division League Champion
  • 3 times ‘Top 8’ Winner
  • 1 time ‘Singles’ Grand Prix Winner
  • 1 time ‘Teams’ Grand Prix Winner
  • 5 times Under-17 National Champion
  • 3 times Under-14 National Champion
  • Bronze Medal in Small Nation Games, Iceland 1997
  • 3rd Division Small Nations European Championships Gold Medal in teams event, Guernsey 1996
  • 3rd Division European Championships Silver Medal, Malta 1994
  • 3rd Place Promotion Cup, Luxemburg
  • Serie C Italian League Club Winner
  • 7 times Italy (Fiuggi, Arezzo, Modena, Milan)
  • 2 times United Kingdom (Reading, Manchester)
    • Winner of all 8 tournaments organised by the MTTA during the season 2005/6
    Date of Birth
    21st July 1972
    Current Ranking
    No.1 Table tennis player in Malta
    Committees
    Member of MTTA executive committee - Youth Section
    Most memorable Game
    Winning the last game, 3 sets to 2 against Cyprus, giving victory to Malta, in the World Championships, Doha, 2004
    First success at National level
    Winner, Under-14 National Championships, 1984
    First interest in Table tennis
    At the age of 9, in 1981
    Other Interests
    Jogging and participating in Walking/Running Marathons
    Profession
    Property Negotiator
    • Tokyo, Japan 2014
    • Paris, France 2013
    • Dortmund, Germany 2012
    • Yokohama, Japan 2009
    • Guangzhou, China 2008
    • Bremen, Germany 2006
    • Shanghai, China 2005
    • Doha, Qatar 2004
    • Gothenburg, Sweden 1993
    • Chiba, Japan 1991
    • Dortmund, Germany 1989
    • New Delhi, India 1987
    • Singles Mediterranean Top 12
    • Courmayeur, Italy 2003
    • Zagreb, Croatia 2002
    • Bratislava, Czech Republic 1996
    • Birmingham, England 1994
    • Stuttgart, Germany 1992

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