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Prakash wins golf tourney

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, October 16, 2012

NATIONAL rep Roneel Prakash took out the Vatukoula Classic at the Vatukoula Golf Club on Saturday.

Prakash, the Lautoka Central Primary School teacher, defeated Rajen Singh of Ba after a sudden death playoff in the Vatukoula Gold Mines Limited-sponsored event.

Both Prakash and Singh were tied on 76 after the 18 holes.

The two golfers parred the first sudden death hole. However, on the second hole, Prakash managed a birdie to edge out Singh who recorded a par.

Jesse Nailebo of Vatukoula won the overall nett. He scored 70.

Singh won the A grade gross. Vikash Chand of Nadi won the A grade nett.

Mike Cobb of Vatukoula won the B grade gross. Swami Vivekanada College Form Three prefect Shavil Prasad won the B grade nett.

Vincent Corrie of Vatukoula won the C grade gross while fellow club mate Sanjay Krishna won the C grade nett.

Onie of Vatukoula won the ladies title.

Meanwhile, the father and son combination of Sanjesh Dodi Prasad and Shavil Prasad are the top seeds for the Zap Pest Control-sponsored two men ambrose event that will be played at the Nadi Airport Golf Club this Saturday.


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