Rio 2016 Olympic Table Tennis: Cross River Born Offiong Edem Defeats Yee Sally 4-0

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Cross River born Offiong Edem, representing Nigeria at the Rio 2016 Olympics in Brazil
Cross River born Offiong Edem, representing Nigeria at the Rio 2016 Olympics in Brazil (picture credit: Reuters)

Nigeria’s Offiong Edem yesterday qualified for the next round of the Table Tennis event after she beat Yee Sally from Fiji 4-0 in the women’s singles preliminary round at the on-going Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.

The 2011 African Games women singles champion, defeated Sally in four straight sets 11-3, 11-8, 11-3 and 11-2.

She will face Pavlovich Victoria from Belarus in the next round by 7:15pm later today.

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