PEI Men’s team of Todd Gregory, Jeff Clow and Minh Nguyen took first place in the Senior Men’s Team event, and Gregory, who is a 14-time winner of the Men’s Singles title at the Atlantic Championships, also took home the coveted Mo Mohammed Award, given annual to a player who exemplifies good sportsmanship and dedication to the game of Table Tennis.
PEI players also fared well in numerous other events, with Zaeem Arif taking the Men’s Under 21 title, by defeating Oliver Woodward, of New Brunswick, and with Minh Nguyen placing second in B Singles. In addition, fourteen year old Eason Wang showed promise for the future, making it to the semi-finals in 5 junior and rated singles events.
The Atlantic Championships were held over 2 days, with over 90 athletes, from all 4 Atlantic provinces, participating in 25 events, including Championship singles, age singles, rated singles, doubles, mixed doubles and team events in the Junior and Senior team categories.
Next year’s Atlantic Championships will be held in Moncton, New Brunswick.