Supported by Blind Sports Victoria, this is an opportunity for people who are blind or who have a vision impairment to enjoy the game of swish table tennis with others in a friendly and social environment.
Swish is a fast, invigorating game, similar to table tennis. It was developed by blind people in Australia and has been played here for many years. It is played on both a recreational and competitive level; and allows blind, vision impaired and sighted people to compete on almost equal terms.
Swish can be played as a singles (two players) or doubles (four players); nor does it matter what age you are, or how good you are it’s a great activity for kids as well as adults.
Training is on Thursday nights and games are held on Saturday afternoons.