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Good Progress In Table Tennis

Round Three of the 3SA Carpets Businesshouse Table Tennis on Wednesday night saw a variety of results across the board. Leading the Group A category, Vinod Patel A claimed a
05 Sep 2014 11:07
Good Progress In Table Tennis
Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort general manager Francis Lee. Photo: Charles Chambers

Round Three of the 3SA Carpets Businesshouse Table Tennis on Wednesday night saw a variety of results across the board.

Leading the Group A category, Vinod Patel A claimed a narrow victory over Westpac 5-4.

Vodafone and Nong Shim were the next teams to claim victory on the tables both claiming 6-3 over BSP and UB Freight.

However the category belonged to team FNPF which claimed the first upset of the league with 5-4 over Carpenters.

UXC Eclipse led the charge in Group B with a 8-1 victory over Vinod Patel B followed by AHA winning 6-3 over FASANOC All Stars.

The steady progress of National Sports Commission/Think Pacific saw them record a 5-4 win over BAT.

Fiji Deaf team though continued to dominate with a clear 8-1 victory over Ping Pong Swansong (Australia).

In the Tier Two grade, Multiple Intelligence School and DHL were both awarded win by default (WBD) for their respective matches after Rewa Genuine and Asco Motors failed to turn up for their matches, resulting in the two teams having a friendly exchange.

Meanwhile, a valiant effort from team Wheel Power saw them narrowly lose to Austraining B 5-4.

Vinod Patel currently leads the points table followed by Carpenters in second place. FNPF sits in third place.

Korean team Nong Shim moves to fourth place.

BSP is ranked sixth, Vodafone is seventh and UB Freight rounds up the top eight.

Vinod Patel B leads the second group in ninth place followed by Ping Pong Swansong (Australia) in 10th place.

Fiji Deaf is in 11th place, National Sports Commission/Think Pacific in 12th place and FASANOC All Stars in 13th place.

UXC Eclipse sits in 14th place followed by team AHA ranking as the number 15th team and rounding up the rankings is BAT in 16th place.

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