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Anson Chan – Table Tennis Champ

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Dec 4, 2017 7:25:50 AM

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In late November Tin Long "Anson" Chan put his table tennis skills to the test in Canning, Nova Scotia. The event was divided into 5 different divisions and round-robin games. Anson was in the “B” division (this includes all age groups, youth to adults), and he came first without losing any matches. He is looking to make the “A” division for the next event. He also won first place in Junior Under 18 division. In the same tournament, Yujianxuan "Rain" Cui came first in “E” division.  Congratulations Rain! The following day Anson participated in his first session of the Canada Games trials. He missed the first event while playing with the Senior Boys’ D3 team at the Regional Soccer Championships. Anson, once again, placed first in the Canada Games trials competition. Anson continues to keep his table tennis game at a very high level, while continuing to participate fully in his regular KES afternoon sports programme.

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