The Smiley Faces and Gaza teams will enter the fourth weekend of the Kenneth DeAbreu and Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) Table Tennis League today ahead of a competitive field in their respective groups.
The Smiley Faces team that includes Natalie Cummings and Remy Taitt defeated Halex: Jody-Ann Blake, Morton Blake and Xen Goliah 3-0 last weekend to remain on top Group ‘B’, which is for advanced players, with four wins.
Nigel Bryan, Dwayne Gibson and Warren Hacksaw from the Unstoppable team defeated Lil Champs’ Sunil Logan, Elishaba Johnson and Kyle Edghill 3-1, which has them placed second in the group ahead of this weekend’s round.
Snipers (Joel Alleyne and Hewley Griffith) defeated Bishops High School’s Denzil Duff, Jamaal Duff and Chelsea Edghill 3-1 to rank third in the group as Bubblegum Warriors (Brandon Baldie and Denzel Hopkinson) seal to four.
Bishops High, Halex, Lil Champs and Out Laws are yet to record a victory in the premier group of the League.
Gaza is on top of the Division ‘C’ group for intermediate players with two wins while NP Electronics is second with one win. NDR is third with Terror Squad and Dragon Warriors rounding off the fourth and fifth positions in the group.
In Division ‘E’, for Semi-Intermediate Players, Dragon Warriors (Elishaba Johnson and Alistair Parks) trounced Top Spin, which includes Carl Handy and Zane Rogers 3-0 with Turbo TT winning 3-2 against the KRS team.
Dominators (Chelsea Edghill and Priscilla Greaves) defeated Eagles Raymond Seebarran, Gerard Budhan and Shannan Ganga 3-0 to ensure that they head into this weekend’s play in second behind group leaders, Turbo TT.
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