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Table tennis finals set

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Mon, 11 Feb 2019
GDN Online Desk


THE Bahrain Table Tennis Association president Shaikha Hayat bint Abdulaziz Al Khalifa will patronise the final day of the Bahrain International Open Table Tennis Championship for Juniors and Cadets today at Bahrain Table Tennis Association premises in Riffa.

Final matches will be held in the following categories: boys mini-cadets singles, girls mini-cadets singles, boys cadets singles, girls cadets singles, junior boys singles, junior girls singles, junior boys doubles and junior girls doubles.

Last night’s results:

Junior boys singles: Salman Mohammed of Bahrain lost to Akshat Jain of India 4-1, Fadhel Abbas of Bahrain lost to Marwan Gamal of Egypt 4-0, Majeed Naji of Bahrain lost to Raed Al Dmaisy of Jordan 4-0, Ali Abbas of Bahrain lost to Mohammed Sameh of Egypt 4-2, Khalid Al Sharif of Saudi Arabia beat Elias Sjogren of Sweden 4-2, Nawaf Al Taher of Saudi Arabia beat Borui Chen of Scotland 4-1, Ibrahim Abdulhakim of Yemen beat Borek Otahal 4-1, Simon Belik of Czech Republic beat Fahad Bahjan of Saudi Arabia 4-1, Lev Katsman of Russia beat Simon Belik of Czech Republic 4-1, Ziyad El Shawa of Egypt beat Alve Sjoevold of Sweden 4-3.

Cadets girls singles: Maryam Al A’ali beat Joyce Malouf of Jordan 3-0, Hana Goda of Egypt beat Radhika Vinay of India 3-1, Hardee Chetan of India beat Amelia Sirous of Sweden 3-2, Farida Badawy of Egypt beat Hala Ali of Syria 3-0, Suhana Saini beat Fatima Al A’ali 3-0.

Juniors boys doubles: Fadhel Abbas and Sayed Hassan Mahfoodh of Bahrain beat Tom Holmqvist and Love Iwarsson of Sweden 3-1, Bader Mustafa and Yasin Gaber of Egypt beat Alexey Perfilyev of Russia and Alve Sjoevold of Sweden 3-2, Akash Pal and Raegan Albuquerque of India beat Mahdi Al Huleal and Fahad Bahjan of Saudi Arabia 3-1.

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