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Upsets at business house table tennis

Rashneel Kumar
Friday, September 05, 2014

UPSETS marked the third round of the 3SA Carpets Business house Table Tennis competition played last week at the Fiji Sports Council Table Tennis Centre in Laucala Bay.

Former Group A leader's Carpenters suffered its first loss going down to FNPF 4-5 in a close and exciting tussle.

Nong Shim, which remains unbeaten after 6-3 win over UB Freight on Thursday, takes the lead alongside Vinod Patel (A) in Group A.

Both teams have six points each from three matches they have played so far.

In Group B, undefeated Fiji Deaf maintains the lead on six points followed closely by UXC Eclipse and AHA on second place.

In the Tier II competition, the Wheel Power team consisting of players with disabilities on wheelchairs and amputees narrowly lost to Austraining B 4-5 while Multiple Intelligence School and DHL won by default and ended up playing a friendly match.

Fiji Tables Tennis Association president Anthony Ho expected exciting competition in round four of the competition which was to have been played last night.

Results: Group A - Vinod Patel (A) 5 Westpac 4, Vodafone 6 BSP 3, Nong Shim 6 UB Freight 3, FNPF 5 Carpenters 4, UXC Eclipse 8 Vinod Patel (B) 1.

Group B - AHA 6 FASANOC All Stars 3, National Sports Commission/Think Pacific 5 BAT 4, Fiji Deaf 8 Ping Pong Swansong (Austraining) 1; Tier 2 - Multiple Intelligence School WBD Rewa Genuine, Austraining (B) 5 Wheel Power 4, DHL WBD Asco Motors





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