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Table tennis club spins out another team title

Table tennis club spins out another team title

Royal Intercon Association club completed a historic treble of titles in the Division A1 team event at the 2011 National Table Tennis Championships yesterday. Taing Kimhong, Ea Kimheng and Leng Tharith emerged 3-2 victors from a thrilling final against Parkway Sokhak, which featured Chan Piseth, Huort Sovathanak and Chhouv Kong Phally. Kong Sambath, president of the Royal Intercon Association Club, lauded his team’s performance. “It’s a great honour that our club has won this competition three successive times. We achieved this through intensive training  at our club before the competition,” he said. Meanwhile, at the Dambol    Touk hall, Russey Keo Club triumphed in the Division A2 team event by beating Chinese Tuan Fa School 3-2. TRANSLATED BY PANN RETHEA

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