Day 9 of WBTTA Premier League sees EKTTPO securing second spot despite defeating the leaders

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Kolkata: A total number of five teams are competing in the West Bengal Table Tennis Association (WBTTA) Premier League 2017, which have already started from May 26 and will end on June 6. The digital partner of this prestigious tournament is XtraTime.

Points table:- Howrah Annapurna Bayam Samity: 37

East Kolkata TT Promotional Organisation: 35

After total 8 League matches.

  1. W. Table Tennis Academy: 13

Naihati Youth Asociation: 09

Sidhu Kanu TT Academy: 06

After 4 matches till 30th.

Day 9 unfolded the following results

East Kolkata Table Tennis Promotional Organisation (EKTTPO) routed L.W. Table Tennis Academy (LWTTA) with a score of 5-1.

Jaydeep Das, Shrubabati Moitra, Arjun Ghosh, Krittiwka Sinha Roy and Premangi Ghosh won for EKTTPO while the lone winner from LWTTA was Abhiminyu Mitra.

Subhabati Moitra of EKTTPO was adjudged the Player of the Match.

In their second game of the day EKTTPO defeated Howrah Annapurna Bayam Samity (HABS) with a score of 4-2 but remained in the second position as their opponents lead the points table by a margin of 2 points.

Rupsa Bhattacharya, Krittwika Sinha Roi, Premangi Ghosh and Arjun Ghosh won the matches for EKTTPO while Anirban Nandi and Anirban Ghosh won for HABS.

Arjun Ghosh of EKTTPO was awarded the Player of the Match.


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