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Table Tennis Federation re-elects its president

Table Tennis Federation re-elects its president

The Cambodian Table Tennis Federation held its fifth general assembly yesterday at the headquarters of the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia, attended by officials representing clubs and associations from across the Kingdom.

A new executive committee for the next four-year term was voted in with strategies discussed for future activities.

The election, officially observed by NOCC secretary-general Vath Chamroeun, saw Roth Sokhon remain as president of the Federation, while Pin Pav and Jim Khean gained promotions to the positions of vice-presidents.

Sun Sothearith is to continue as general secretary and Te Sok Hong was appointed as the chief of the CTTF’s financial department.

In his address, Roth Sokhon said he would lead the Federation even better than before and would find more cooperators to help fund their endeavours.

Sun Sothearith told the Post: “Our Federation has hardly any financial support from sponsors, except from our president Roth Sokhon and some from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport.

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