Date: Thursday, 21st March 2024
Time: From 5.30 pm onwards
Location: The Banana Block

Ormeau Table Tennis Club is thrilled to announce an exhilarating opportunity to be part of a Guinness World Record attempt for the ‘Most consecutive opponents in a table tennis rally’. The current record stands at 117, and we’re on a mission to smash it!

Back in 2017, we set a remarkable record with 113 consecutive opponents. Now, we’re geared up to reclaim our title and we need YOU to make it happen. This isn’t just about breaking records; it’s about coming together as a community to support a cause close to our hearts.

Rally for a Cause 

This event is more than just a challenge; it’s a fundraiser for the Mary Peters Trust. This incredible organisation has been a pillar of support for our young athletes in Northern Ireland for over a decade, helping to develop sports and nurture talent. By participating, you’ll not only have the chance to be a record breaker but also contribute to a noble cause, aiding the development of sport in our community.

How Can You Participate?

Whether you’re a seasoned player or new to the world of table tennis, we invite you to join us in this thrilling attempt. Here’s how you can be part of this historic event:

  1. Sign Up: Secure your spot by registering through our online form. Spaces are limited, so act fast!
  2. Practice: Dust off your paddles and get ready to show your skills.
  3. Donate: We encourage all participants to make a donation to the Mary Peters Trust. Every contribution, big or small, makes a difference.
  4. Spread the Word: Share this event with friends and family. The more, the merrier!

Why Join?

  • Be officially recognised as a Guinness World Record holder 
  • Support the development of sports in Northern Ireland through the Mary Peters Trust 
  • Enjoy a memorable evening filled with fun, community spirit, and table tennis 

Ready to Make Your Mark?

Don’t miss this chance to be part of something extraordinary.

Sign up here now, and let’s rally together to break a world record and make a positive impact!

Click HERE to watch our 2017 record!