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8th Si Yuan Cup Table Tennis Tournament

David Ross Sports Village, Beeston Lane, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD
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Sunday 2 February 2020 | 9am - 4pm
David Ross Sports Village
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To celebrate Chinese New Year, table tennis players of all ages and ethnicities - beginners or advanced levels - are welcome to enter the tournament. Free taster sessions will also be on offer.

Tournament Categories and Prizes

Open Championships | £10 per person
(suitable for advanced players)

Men/Women's Single Championship: £150 cash with medal

Men/Women's Single 1st Runner up: £100 cash with medal

Men/Women's Single 2nd Runner up: £50 cash with medal

Social Entertainment | £6 per person
(suitable for less advanced players, families are encouraged to join)

Group Champion: UK local four-day travel (two persons)

1st Runner up: UK local two-day travel (two persons)

2nd Runner up: UK local one-day travel (two persons)

Spectators go free and can also book a free table tennis taster session

To book or find out more, please click on the website link above.
 

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