Mash TT competition gets underway Friday

The annual National Sports Commission (NSC) Mashramani table tennis competition will commence on Friday at the National Gymnasium.
According to a press release from table tennis coach attached to the NSC Linden Johnson, the competition commences Friday and ends February 24.
Entries will close on Wednesday and should be sent to Johnson.

All affiliated members of the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) can participate.
The categories to be contested are:-Boys nine years and under; girls nine years and under; boys 11 years and under; girls 11 years and under – boys 13 years and under; girls 13 years and under; boys 15 years and under; girls 15 years and under; boys 18 years and under; girls 18 years and under; boys doubles; girls doubles; junior mixed doubles; 21 years and under Open; women singles and men’s singles.

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