Table tennis: STTA chief Lee to retire on a high after Commonwealth Games

Feng Tianwei carrying the Singapore flag during the Birmingham Commonwealth Games closing ceremony at Alexander Stadium, on Aug 8, 2022. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
Outgoing STTA president Ellen Lee (centre, standing) at the Commonwealth Games with the national men's team. PHOTO: SINGAPORE TABLE TENNIS ASSOCIATION
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BIRMINGHAM - Outgoing Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) president Ellen Lee has called the recently concluded Commonwealth Games campaign the proudest moment in her eight-year tenure.

The 65-year-old lawyer will step down after serving the maximum of four two-year terms, and it is understood her deputy and Member of Parliament Poh Li San will run for the presidency at its annual general meeting on Aug 29.

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