Naracoorte A grade table tennis report Spring Season
table tennis

By Michael Waters
Semi finals
The A grade semi finals were played between the top four teams. After much discussion, and a bit of a hold up to proceedings, games commenced. The hold up to proceedings was due to a discussion as to who plays who.
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