2023 North Shore Open

(Non-Sanctioned 😊 Fun tournament)

2023 NORTH SHORE Open Link to Entry Form

Presented by: North Shore Table Tennis Club and Society

Date: SATURDAY Apr 29 and SUNDAY Apr 30, 2023
Venue location: 1555 FORBES AVE, North Vancouver 

Entry forms will not be processed unless accompanied by correct fees

Payments acceptable by cash, e-transfer to info@nsttc.ca , cheque, CC# or dropped off at the NSTTC location
Tournament Directors: Pun Chu, Luba Sadovska, Mike Dumler

FORMAT – Events format best 2/3 or 3/5 games in R/R and K/O Main and Consolation draws (for Open Doubles only)


Name (please print):___________________________________  

Birth Date :____________________( YYYY/MM/DD)              PHONE:_____________________  Email: _________________________________


EventsEntry FeeDoubles partner name or other comments
9am RECREATIONAL Singles$30  
9am INTERMEDIATE Singles$30  
12pm OPEN Doubles$15each 
1:30pm SENIORS 50-70$30 
1:30pm SENIORS 70+$30 
3:30pm OPEN Singles$30 
SUNDAY April 30, 2023  
9am U-12 Kids Singles$30 
9am U-18 Youth Singles$30  
11am FunFAM Doubles$15each 
12pm PARKINSON’S+ Singles$20  
12pm PARA + Singles      $20  

I hereby agree to abide by all tournaments rules and all decisions of the Tournament Committee. I also agree to release The North Shore Table Tennis Club, and the Tournament Committee from responsibility for any loss, damages or injuries occurring in/during the Tournament.

Signature:__________________________   Date:____________________________

(Guardian signature if a minor)


It is the responsibility of the players to read the details of this entry form before submitting.

 *PLAYERS can enter any number of events not combining the same times

** FunFAM Doubles (This is Fun Family doubles event – Family paired players, grandparent-parents or parent-kid, siblings, uncles-aunts etc..) after initial games doubles will be divided into Consolation and Main draw)

*** PARKINSON’S Singles Category (very beginners to early risers anyone can join our 1st ever category for players with Parkinson’s, Dementia , Alzheimer’s or other neurological conditions)

**** PARA+ Singles Category (Standing and wheelchair disabilities will be combined in this 1st time ever event for players with physical and/or mental disability in our tournament)

TROPHIES and prizes will be awarded for the first, second and third places

Open to all players of all ages and playing levels and abilities and/or disabilities
The Tournament Committee may estimate the level of any unrated player and request that player move from one event to another more appropriate event. Events that have insufficient entries might be combined
Current ITTF Laws and Regulations will be effect.
All rackets must be one side black and one side legal colours with ITTF approved coverings.
Tie-breaks in round-robins will be decided by score of matches, games, points, only of those players involved in the tie.

Author: admin

ABOUT ME I am a union and community activist with varied interests. These include: Politics, Social Justice, Canadian literature, the Opera, Theater, photography, golf (when it is not too serious), and walking the sea wall (when it is not raining too hard). I have also re-discovered my passion for Table Tennis, as both a sport and Leisure activity. In the fall of 2007 I suddenly lost my partner and the Love of my Life – Barb Brown. Included in her legacy to me are many fond memories, a wonderful family, and some very special friendships, and some of the more refined interests noted above. As an avid reader and CBC fan – I have yet to pick the winner on CBC’s “Canada Reads”. But I have found winners in the books nominated. One of my favorites is “Rock Bound” by Frank Parker Day – I recommend clearing your schedule before starting to read it. Since one of my two Bengal cats is named Rebus, some of you will rightly assume I am an Ian Rankin fan. My other cat is named Theo (short for Theophilus, which was the name of a character on the series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century). So in spite of my passion for Can Lit, I also enjoy good movies, mysteries, historical fiction, science fiction, and even non-fiction. In the non-fiction category; the Golden Spruce is one of my favorites, and is so well written that it was like reading a novel. Unfortunately my favourite bookseller Duthie Books closed at the end of February 2010. I am currently in the process of winding up AMM First Services Ltd,the consulting company I set up with my kids after retiring from CUPE in 2009.While The work I have been doing for Unions, NGO’s and non-profits has been rewarding, I am looking forward to devoting more time to my other interest.