The final was hot until Abrefa used his experience to break the service of Bello who is among the best eight players in Nigeria. The game ended 3-2.
Derek Abrefa said the final was not easy, but he prepared very well and was well focused.
He noted that Bello is a tough opponent who has also got much exposure and experienced to win the MVP of the league.
According to Abrefa, Bello has been unbeaten in the league and getting the victory over him was a remarkable feat.
“Am grateful to the Almighty for this victory, and I thank the Ghana immigration service for the support and motivation, as well as my team mates and our opponents. I also want to show appreciation to Mr. Charles Tachie-Menson and Coach Eben Whyte for being my pillar to win this national and be declared champion once again” he said.
He also thanked his fans and the media who cover Table Tennis.
Meanwhile, President of the Ghana Table Tennis Federation (GTTF), Mawuko Afadzinu said he was impressed with the number of participants and the high level of performance.
He commended the Nigeria player for raising the standard of play and prayed that many Ghanaian players would catch up.
He urged Ghanaians who are interested in Table Tennis to get the boards and bats and start playing.
For his prize, Abrefa took home 1,500ghc while Belli got 1,200ghc and Commey got 600ghc.
For the ladies, Ayo got 1,200ghc, Cylia Baah Danso had 800ghc and Bernice Borquaye/ Beatrice Gyasi got 600ghc each.
By Sammy Heywood Okine