HA NOI (VNS)- The Ha Noi Moi Cup table tennis tournament is scheduled to hit off in the capital’s Trinh Hoai Duc Gymnasium on September 12-15.
The four-day event will draw teams from the Military, Viet Nam Oil and Gas Group, Ha Noi, Ha Noi T&T and Hai Duong.
They will compete in a round robin format.
The VND109 million (US$5,200) event is being organised by the Ha Noi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Ha Noi Moi newspaper and Ha Noi Table Tennis Federation. – VNS
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