Fatimo Bello, Amadi Omeh win West Africa Regional Championship

Fatimo Bello, Amadi Omeh win West Africa Regional Championship

Hassan Abdulsalam 21:45 - 30.04.2023

The Nigerians continued their dominance in the region.

Nigeria's Fatimo Bello and Amadi Omeh have emerged the winners of the West Africa Regional Champs in Accra.

Pulse Sports reports that the West Africa Regional Table Tennis Championship was held in Ghana and was hosted by the Ghana Table Tennis Association (GTTA).

Amadi Omeh
Amadi Omeh defeated Oba Oba Kizito 4-0

The tournament was made possible through the support of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and the Africa Table Tennis Federation (ATTF).

In the men's single, Amadi Omeh won the championship for the first time after defeating Oba Oba Kizito 4-0.

Fatimo Bello retains her crown for the third time in the women's singles her compatriot Ajoke Ojomu 4-3.

Aruna, Bello will lead Nigeria contingent to Africa Cup in Kenya

2022 Africa Cup runners-up Quadri Aruna and Fatimo Bello will be leading Team Nigeria to the Table Tennis Africa Cup in Kenya.

Aruna Quadri

Pulse Sports reports that the Africa Cup will serve off on May 4–6 at the Moi International Sports Centre in Kasarani, Kenya.

The most decorated ping pong championship in Africa will witness the participating countries present two players each in men's and women's events, while Egypt, as the defending champions in men's and women's events, will nominate two players alongside the two champions.

Taiwo Mati and Tosin Esther Oribamise will join Aruna and Bello to compete in the men's and women's events in Kenya.

Fatimo Bello

Oribamise was a last-minute replacement for Edem Offiong, whose club engagement in Europe prevented her from being part of the tournament.

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