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Umpires and Referee Chairman

Oceania Table Tennis Federation


Umpires Coordinator

Oceania Table Tennis Federation


Chief Umpire

Oceania Table Tennis Federation


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FRAN KEYHOE
OTTF Umpires & Referee Chairman Fran will be remembered for her work in advancing officiating in many Oceania countries Our condolences go to Ron and all the family in their sad loss Fran will be missed by everyone


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Oceania Table Tennis Federation umpires coordinator Frances Mary Keyhoe, center, poses with Marianas Amateur Table Tennis members led by president Steve Lim, second from left, at the MATTA training room at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium. (Contributed photo)Oceania Table Tennis Federation umpires coordinator Frances Mary Keyhoe was recently on island to conduct umpire training and certification in the CNMI.Gurung also said that Keyhoe emphasized proper service rules and said that the ball should be presented to the opponent before serving. She said the service motion should start with the ball resting on an open palm and it should be tossed six inches up in the air before being struck.Keyhoe also had an opportunity to visit MATTA's regular training venue, the multi-purpose room at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium.She told MATTA officials that the room was not an ideal place for tournaments because of its low ceiling and bad lighting.She also discussed that while OTTF has a seven-year residency rule for non-citizens of competing island nations, the Pacific Games Council has a different eligibility requirement that essentially outlaws non-citizens from taking part in the quadrennial event.Keyhoe, according to Gurung, is working to have the Council amend the rules to allow long-staying non-citizens to once again take part in the Pacific Games.A native of Melbourne, Australia, Keyhoe has been an active member of her country's national table tennis association as well as part of OTTF for the past 20 years.She is also a certified international referee and recently conducted umpiring courses in Guam.


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Fran Keyhoe, the chief umpire of the Oceania Table Tennis Federation, will present an intensive overview of the rules and regulations of table tennis.


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Oceania Table Tennis Federation umpires coordinator Frances Mary Keyhoe, center, poses with Marianas Amateur Table Tennis members led by president Steve Lim, second from left, at the MATTA training room at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium. (Contributed photo)OTTF umpires coordinator Frances Keyhoe conducted an umpires training and certification on Saipan from Sept. 13 to 15, which was held at the Transamerica building along Middle Road in Gualo Rai.Keyhoe discussed standard size and shape for ping-pong balls, table tennis paddle specifications, table size, and proper net assembly.She also emphasized on proper service rules and said that the ball should be presented to the opponent before serving. She said the service motion should start with the ball resting on an open palm and it should be tossed six inches up in the air before being struck.Keyhoe also had an opportunity to visit MATTA's regular training venue, the multi-purpose room at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium.She told MATTA officials that the room was not an ideal place for tournaments because of its low ceiling and bad lighting.She also discussed that while OTTF has a seven-year residency rule for non-citizens of competing island nations, the Pacific Games Council has a different eligibility requirement that essentially outlaws non-citizens from taking part in the quadrennial event.Keyhoe, according to Gurung, is working to have the Council amend the rules to allow long-staying non-citizens to once again take part in the Pacific Games.A native of Melbourne, Australia, Keyhoe has been an active member of her country's national table tennis association as well as part of OTTF for the past 20 years.She is also a certified international referee and recently conducted umpiring courses in Guam.


www.saipantribune.com

Marianas Amateur Table Tennis Association president Steven Lim, 6th Micronesian Games women's singles gold medalist Jean Shi, and newcomer Ai Nan Jin completed the umpire certification course held by Oceania Table Tennis Federation umpires coordinator Frances Mary Keyhoe from Sept. 13 to 14 at the Middle Road building of TransAmerica.


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