Boundary’s Zaeem tops at ITTF u11 Hopes Challenge

Boundary Table Tennis Club’s Zaeem Dadaker, 10, along with club mate Tamika Van As, took part in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Southern Africa Hopes Challenge, in Windhoek, Namibia, last week. The youngsters’ visit to the neighbouring country included an intensive table tennis training programme, culminating in the championship on the final day, with Zaeem crowned champion in the boys’ division.

Newly-crowned ITTF) Southern Africa Hopes Challenge under-11 champion, Boundary Table Tennis Club’s Zaeem Dadaker.
Pictured are Team SA at last week’s International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Southern Africa Hopes Challenge, in Windhoek, Namibia. From left are, SA boys’ coach Graham van As, a member of Bonteheuwel’s Boundary Table Tennis Club, Boundary’s Tamika Van As and Zaeem Dadaker, Duinefontein Table Tennis Club’s Adam Domingo, Esinaso Phoki and SA girls’ coach Dawne Fortuin, the latter, both from the Eastern Cape.
Team SA’s Cape contingent who took part in last week’s ITTF Southern Africa Hopes Challenge, in Windhoek, are, from left, Adam Domingo, from Lotus River, Bonteheuwel’s Tamika Van As, Zaeem Dadaker, from Athlone and coach Graham van As, from Bonteheuwel.
Boundary Table Tennis Club’s Zaeem Dadaker, 10, flew the SA flag at last week’s ITTF under-11 Southern Africa Hopes Challenge, in Windhoek, winning the boys’ championship.