THERE will be lot of rivalry when teams square off for the final round of matches during the Local Timber Distributers Limited-sponsored Lautoka business house bowls competition tomorrow. Second Engineering leads Pool A with six points. GP Batteries and All Golfers have four points followed by Sky Divers on two points. Telstra Electrical is still to register a point. LBC Kitchen leads Pool B with four wins from as many matches. Islands Electric is in second spot with six points followed by Tridees Nadi Motor and Metabo on four points and Unique Refrigeration on two points. The final rounds will start at 6pm.
NITESH Chand took out the Chinese Palace Restaurant-sponsored snooker tournament at the Lautoka Club on Sunday night. Chand, the former Fiji number three and national rep downed North West champion Mahen Deo in the final. In the semi-final Chand defeated Nadi's Rimal Narayan while Deo beat surprise package Vereti "Beto" Nasokia in their semi-final fixture. LC sports chairman Anil Kumar said they would be staging regular tournaments to keep the sport lively in the Sugar City.
Camp for players
TAVUA will be looking at ways to organise a camp for the players ahead of their two remaining matches in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League. This is in a bid to avoid playing the promotion-relegation. Tavua coach Saroj Kumar said they needed to get the players together as many resided out of the district. He said as a result, the players could not train together. Tavua's remaining matches are against Ba and Navua. Tavua and Savusavu have 11 points in the competition with Navua reeling at the bottom with ten points.