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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

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mine or the good female player? haha


Female player lol

Alayna Chan
She mainly trains in Europe the last three years and only comes back to Canada occasionally and for Nationals and Canada Cup.  She won women's doubles at last year's Canada nationals.
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Originally posted by Bilbo Bilbo wrote:

Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by Bilbo Bilbo wrote:

mine or the good female player? haha


Female player lol


Alayna Chan
She mainly trains in Europe the last three years and only comes back to Canada occasionally and for Nationals and Canada Cup.  She won women's doubles at last year's Canada nationals.


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im going to try tsp magic pips again they are softish in 1.4-1.7mm. mainly be hitting and blocking off the bounce. coming from h3n on bh so quite a big change.

do I put them on donic wsc, celero wood, infinity or yeo.
I figure I should use what I like best for my neo on fh which is wsc or more recently infinity.

will sp on bh be decent on infinity, I have strong bh so don't need loads of sponge.
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