Tennis: 5 Cross Riverians Qualify For 2018 Commonwealth Games

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Five Cross Riverians have qualified for the 2018 Commonwealth Games holding in Australia where they will represent Nigeria in the game of Table Tennis.

This followed their exploits at the National Table Tennis Tournament which serves as the Commonwealth Games trials.

The Chairman of the Cross River State Sports Commission, Mr. Orok Duke confirmed this to CrossRiverWatch and said they won medals.

He revealed their names as follows: Cecilia Otu, Orok Etim, Vivian Oku, Solomon Boniface and Dorcas Ebong.

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