CHOY Freddy and Harvi Yee were the toast of the Kasabias Fiji Table Tennis Open Championship in the final day yesterday.
Both made a clean sweep in the open men's and women's grades respectively, at the FMF Gymnasium in Laucala.
Freddy, who hails from Kiribati, won the men's singles and doubles title.
He partnered with Young Jun Park to beat Christopher Lal and Steve Reilly 3-0 in the men's double category before beating veteran Suva player Zhang Bei Yang by a similar score to take home the singles title and $200 prizemoney.
Freddy also partnered Yee to win the mixed doubles beating O'Brian Itaia and Oxyna Gobure.
In the ladies category, national rep Yee faced a tough battle in the singles grade but managed to overcome Gobure 3-2 in the final.
Yee combined with her daughter Sally Yee to win the women's doubles title.
In the other major highlight, Christopher Lal, who celebrated his 21st birthday yesterday, combined with deaf player Philip Wing to win the under-21 men's doubles title.
The duo overcame top U15 player in the South Pacific region, Young Jun Park and Diego Ranuku in the final.
Fiji Table Tennis Association president Anthony Ho was impressed with the competition level at this year's tournament.
"We are quite impressed with the standard showcased in the three-day tournament especially from our junior players," he said.
"This has certainly laid a good platform for the remainder of the season. We thank our sponsors Kasabias and all others who have helped us stage this event."
Championship hosts Suva Table Tennis Association president Pushpa Wati hailed participants of over 50 years category for inspiring the younger generation through their play.