When China announced that Korman Complex costed roughly around 4 billion vatu, Vanuatu had to step up and make use of the new multi sports complex right after the successful 2017 Pacific Mini Games.
Football got the first opportunity, hosting an Oceania Champions’ League Group stage, and then came athletics with the Melanesian Athletics Championship and the Youth Olympic Games qualifier that ended on Friday, and next on the list is table tennis.
Vanuatu will be hosting the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Continental Cup from the 18th to 19th of May this weekend at the Korman Sports Complex.
Already confirming their attendance are 6 Countries from Oceania which are, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia and Vanuatu will participate in this event.
Vanuatu’s Yoshua Shing and VAN2017 Mini Games male award winner will play in this tournament, and will be one of the main highlight and a must to watch at this tournament.
Vanuatu for the first time will get to see Table Tennis at its best compare to the 2017 Pacific Mini Games.
Vanuatu Table Tennis Federation would like to invites all residents of Port Vila to come to the event and support our players.
Daily Sport understands that table tennis is one of the few sport disciplines that has never failed to secure a medal for Vanuatu in the regional meets, and this one will not disappoint local fans and families.