KEITH Harvey started table tennis in 1974 and still at 83-years-old loves to play the game.

"I haven't improved since," a humble Mr Harvey said.

Mr Harvey plays at the South Tweed sports table tennis club.

Competitions run on Tuesday nights (6 till 10) and social on Wednesday and Friday (9 till 12).

"I like to play win lose or draw, it's a fun game," he said.

"Everyone should play." Mr Harvey said

Having had a shoulder replacement 3 years ago Mr Harvey had to change from his trusted right hand and play as a lefty.

"I started to improve on my left but when my right shoulder improved I swapped back."

Players at the club range from the youngest 18 years old up to the oldest 93.

The next competition Mr Harvey will be competing in is the Nerang open next month.



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