The stadium is fully booked for basketball on Wednesday 25th November 2020.
Please click for playing session operating hours


Have you entered the 28th SUNS Closed Club Championships?
Entries close on 25th November 2020.

Seniors End-Of-Year Challenge. Enjoy a day of social and light-hearted competitions 



In the SND TTA Interclub Competitions just concluded
We are Division 4 Champions

SUNS is closed on Wednesday 25 November Seniors EOY Challenge 7 December SUNS Closed Club Championship

We are open again !

and follow the "Health & Safety Guidelines" 
Thank you for your cooperation.

LET EVERYONE BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
SAFE HYGIENE CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOR
AND FOLLOW THE STRICT HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDELINES DILIGENTLY.

Please read and follow the Health & Safety Guidelines

Welcome to the Sydney Upper North Shore (SUNS) Table Tennis Association Incorporated web site.

Table Tennis is an exciting Olympic sport played all over the world. Established in 1992, the SUNS have grown to now be the largest Table Tennis Association in Northern Sydney.
Our mission is to develop table tennis in Sydney's upper north shore region.


We provide those interested the chance to play socially and competitively in the local area, at a very reasonable cost. We aim to make everybody feel welcome, from 8 to over 80 years of age, male and female, of all standards and experience.


So come and join in the excitement of table tennis –- one of the fastest and most skillful sports. Join us at 'The Brickpit' on Friday nights from around 7.30pm and/or Mondays from 10am or Wednesday mornings from 9.30 am  for a hit and come and see why we have grown so quickly. You'll be glad you came along.

For more details about our Association, the activities we run, costs and the location of our state-of-the-art venue, click on the various sub sections of this site.
 
Health & Safety Guidelines to follow.

Social Play, Competition night

Seniors & Over 55's
          
SUNS Location & Costs
     
Contact Us, Associated Links

What's On? Activities

How are our Teams performing?