The Mornington Peninsula Table Tennis Association are putting a call out for new Swish players to come along and enjoy a game.

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.

Swish is open to all people of all abilities, and Mornington Peninsula Table Tennis Association want you! 

The Swish program will occur on the first Saturday of every second month (or more frequently if popular), and will launch on Saturday 5th April, from 10am to 1pm at Civic Reserve, Dunn's Road, Mornington. The cost to play is $4.

Contact Greg Price on 0400 520 411 or greg.price@petermac.org for more information, and to register your interest.