FIJI'S Arun Kumar will need to win his remaining singles matches to remain in the hunt for a medal at the World Bowls Championship in Adelaide, Australia.
This after Kumar recorded consecutive losses in rounds six and seven.
He lost to his South African opponent 10-21 and went down to his Canadian opponent 12-21.
He slumped to fifth position in Pool One after being ranked second in five rounds.
The Fiji men's fours team is out of medal contention.
Yesterday, Semesa Naiseruvati, Abdul Kalim, David Aitcheson and Samuela Tui lost to Japan 9-21. Earlier Fiji went down to South Africa 16-20 and Scotland 11-21. The side has one win from eight matches.
The Fiji women's pairs team of Elizabeth Mocewai and Sala Gukivuli recorded a win and a loss in rounds six and seven. They beat Canada 22-12 and lost to New Zealand 13-21. The side was placed in seventh spot with four wins and three losses.
The women's triples team beat Botswana 27-11 yesterday.
The team with Sheryl Mar, Doreen O'Conner and Litia Tikoisuva defeated Cyprus 26-8 and lost to Jersey 10-16.
The side has four wins and four losses.