Dec 11, 2012 Sports
Table Tennis players will be back in action this weekend when the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) stages a “C” Class Open Tournament on Saturday and Sunday at the National Gymnasium commencing at 11am on each day.
Players will be competing for trophies and medals that Ramesh Sunich of The Trophy Stall, Bourda Market, has sponsored. The GTTA will provide the other structures for the successful staging of the tournament, including umpires, tables and balls among other resources.
The deadline for entry is on Friday and players will be required to pay a small entrance fee; all senior national players are debarred from competing in the tournament.
Meanwhile, in other table tennis news, Gibran Hussein Safaraz, the one-arm wonder from Berbice, participated in the Mike Dempsey Para Table Tennis Championships (Classification 1-11), which was held recently in the USA.
Safaraz, who won the last two Berbice Open Singles Championships and several other national titles, left Guyana on November 23 to participate in Mike Dempsey Memorial Para Table Tennis Tournament, which was played in San Diego, USA November 29-December 1.
Safaraz teamed up with Argentina’s, Dario Neira in the teams’ events, and finished fourth in the Class 10, and reached the last 8 in the singles competition.
In addition, national junior table tennis player, Chelsea Edghill has left for Trinidad & Tobago to participate in the T&T Senior Men and Women Super Singles Table Tennis Tournament, which is expected to be played during December 9-12.
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