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Table tennis tournament begins today



A four-day state-level table tennis tournament will be organised in Shimoga City under the aegis of the Rovers Club and Shimoga District Table Tennis Association from September 30.

Disclosing this at a press conference here on Wednesday the association President H D Ramesh Shastry said, this is the eighth such tournament being organised by the Rovers Club and the winners will be given state level ranking.

Nearly 200 competitors from across the state will participate in the tournament of which 50 are women, he said. The tournament will be held across 11 sections and arrangements are being made in the club premises.

The tournament will be inaugurated by SP K H Srinivasan at 5 pm on September 30. Deputy Commissioner Tushar Girinath will preside over the programme.

The valedictory programme will be held on October 3.

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