Munroe, Johnson pleased with the outcome of the Junior C/bean c/ships

—Greaves and Knights harbour aspirations of playing table tennis professionally

President of the Guyana Table Tennis Association, Godfrey Monroe and head coach of the Guyana Junior Table Tennis team,  Linden Johnson  said yesterday that they were  both pleased with the outcome and performances of the players at the just-concluded  Cadet and Junior Caribbean  Table Tennis Championships held  at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.

When the curtain came down on Tuesday evening Guyana ended in third position behind winners the Dominican Republic and runners-up Barbados.

“Yeah, I think we had a great tournament, in the context of the amount of participating countries. This is the first time ever we had …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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