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Tennis event kicks off

Emoni Narawa
Monday, August 18, 2014

THE 3SA Carpets Business House competition started off in an action-packed hall at the Fiji Sports Council Table Tennis Centre at Laucala Bay last Thursday evening.

The event attracted the attention of most business co-operatives. Arvin Datt, the Director of 3SA Carpets, Fiji's top flooring specialists said they were proud to be the sponsor for the event.

The Fiji Table Tennis Association was grateful to its sponsors for coming on board to support the competition.

A statement released by the association yesterday, stated that team from FNCDP which had players on wheel chairs as well as the Deaf Team from Gospel Deaf School were part of the competition.

"With a permanent table tennis centre, there will be more development opportunities for the National squad who will train under coach Mohammed Gharib and there will be many activities for beginners and social players."

The association acknowledged all its sponsors, stakeholders and committee members who have helped grow table tennis in Fiji to what it is now and we expect to make a bigger impact in the community.

The event will run for the next nine weeks every Thursday.





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