Canaan Table Tennis Club Contingent Depart For Morocco For African Table Tennis Tournament

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The team at the airport, photo credit: Orok Duke.

The Cross River State table tennis contingent “Canaan Table Tennis Club of Calabar” have departed Nigeria enroute to Morocco to represent the State and Country in the African Table Tennis Clubs’ Tournament.

The tournament is to hold from 28th June 2017 to 1st July,2017. The Nigerian Champions( Canaan Queens) departed Calabar to Lagos Monday.

The team prior to their departure expressed confidence that they will return with laurels.

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