Galaxy Entertainment Group Claimed Championship for the Second Time at Women’s Singles of Macau Gaming Industry Laborers Association Table Tennis Tournament

April 29, 2013 – A great achievement of championship and first runner up titles garnered last year at Women’s Singles of the Table Tennis Tournament organized by Macau Gaming Industry Labourers Association strongly motivated the table tennis team of Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) to aim high this year. With a great teamwork spirit, the GEG table tennis team continued to glory in the matches as the team members delivered an impeccable performance to snatch victory with the first 3 titles at Women’s Singles and the first runner up title at Group Competition.

The Group Final, Men’s and Women’s Singles Final of the tournament were held on Wednesday night at Workers Stadium. The Women’s Singles Final was a close fight between 2 GEG athletes Sarah Wong and Vanessa Chan, but Sarah was able to maintain a stable performance throughout the game and claimed championship with a 3-0 victory over her opponent. With Kammy Cheong from GEG defeating her rival to claim the second runner up title earlier, the GEG table tennis team achieved overwhelming result at Women’s Singles by winning the Championship, first and second runner up titles.

The two players returned after a short break to partner with other GEG athletes in the Group Final. The team finished as first runner up after a tough battle with the strong rivals who delivered even better performance throughout the game. Although failing to take home the grand trophy, the GEG athletes were all very pleased with the experience of competing against great table tennis players.

As the first runner up winner at last year’s tournament, Sarah Wong from the human resources department of GEG made a comeback this year to take home the championship title; she said, “It feels great to have won the championship title, and I really enjoyed competing with my fellow teammate. I would also like to give a big thank to my teammates and colleagues; their support is the biggest motivation for me to strive for self-improvement.” She hoped that the GEG team could win more awards in the future.