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Green Table Trophy Championship of May 12, 2001
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First Round

Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4 Match 5 Match 6 Match 7 Match8
K. Lamb
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J. Solano
A. Lewis
H. Cooper
E. Cooper
S. Lewis
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R. Santos
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E. Lamb
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T. Mortis
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Second Round

Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4
K. Lamb
J. Solano
H. Cooper
A. Lewis
R. Santos
E. Lamb
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T. Mortis

Semi-Finals

Match 1 Match 2
J. Solano
H. Cooper
E. Lamb
T. Mortis
Finals
H. Cooper
E. Lamb

Winner: H. Cooper

Welcome to first tournament report for the new spTT table tennis league. We have a lot of stuff here. The tournament went fairly okay. Nine players showed up which is 7 less than the ideal number but it still went okay for a start off tournament. There was some injustice involved on the part of A. Lewis, but the rest of the tournament went okay. There were a lot of players getting first round byes, thus there were only two first round matches. This might not add up correctly, and indeed it doesn't as there was one brackett that wasn't filled at all, and that's where the injustice came in as A. Lewis, originally should have filled this spot and gotten the bye, but history is history so the only thing left for A. Lewis to do is to accept his defeat, by a girl, and start practicing for the next tournament.
The tournament started off with A. Lewis being beaten silly by the only girl in the league, J. Solano. The next match was the batlle of the brothers, as H. Cooper took on E. Cooper, his older brother, and promptly sent him sitting.

J. Solano, then played her second match against K. Lamb. Of course, she won this match but K. Lamb put up a better fight than A. Lewis did. There were no more surprises worth mentioning in the second round, except that T. Mortis got a second round bye, and thus went straight to the semifinals without even one serve, and this was another part of the injustice committed against A. Lewis.

The next round saw J. Solano finally being defeated by H. Cooper and K. Lamb getting knocked out of any points chance by S. Lewis.

The last round saw R. Santos beating S. Lewis to secure 5th spot and J. Solano beating T. Mortis to secure 3rd spot.

The finals saw H. Cooper take on E. Lamb. A well played match it was but H. Cooper prevailed in a tight second game to win 15-11, 16-14. Afterwards E. Lamb made a comment saying "one win is not a win". Folks, I don't no where E. Lamb gets his logic from, but as far as I no, if the score was 15-11 and 16-14, in favour of H. Cooper, then H. Cooper must have won.