By Sunny Canto
In a mouth-watering day one events, team Delta, Lagos State, athletes proved their worth and put up outstanding performances as ten states, hundred of participants vying for laurels keep the sporting vibes at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos alive.
Phenomenal (Delta) Kayode Alabi emerge the winner of class 6 Men's singles, while Bolawa Akingbemisilu beat his counterpart Nasiru Sule to claim gold in class 5 as Soremekun Atinuke shine to gold in class 8 Women singles.
Similarly, In the Women class 1 to 3 match-up, Rukayat Lawal (Lagos) prodigy, dig deep to victory against Delta rival in a 3-1 cracker. Also, responding to that is Gbemisola Taiwo who beat her Kano opponent during the class 4 category.
However, there are many surprises, euphoria, fascinating, upsetting and record breaking moment that everyone will certainly witness in the championship.
The popular (Table Tennis) game that began 1951, also know as NTTF is an annual tournaments for disable athletes competing at different level.
Meanwhile, the glamor filled and thrilling sports is powered by Value-Jet and organized by Lagos State Sports Commission in a very likable and enjoyable manner.
Amazingly, in respective of their physical impair challenges they remain resolute, vibrant, energetic, committed, focus to be useful in the society; rather than seeking for arms.
In summary, one can ascertain that once they have the necessary support and incentives; spiking their innate ability to succeed in their career will be a recurring decimal.