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Singh leads Summer Cup

Arin Kumar
Thursday, January 31, 2013

FORMER champion Kamini Singh won round 2 of the 2013 Summer Cup at the Fiji Golf Club course on Tuesday to take the lead in the competition.

Singh, who won the title in 2011, came in with 21 stableford points to earn herself the six points for winning a round.

The win takes her total to seven points since she notched a point for competing in Round 1.

In second place was Mua Rawlinson, also on 21 stableford points but she lost on countback.

Loata Maraia finished third with 20 stableford points. Rawlinson and Maraia earned themselves four and two points respectively.

Lady captain Margaret Browne said they recorded another successful round with a total of 21 ladies competing.

"So now with her win yesterday (Tuesday), Kamini takes the lead on the leaderboard," Browne said.

"Mua and Agnes Managreve are both on second spot with five points and Debi Gibson is placed fourth," she said.

Browne said round 1 winner Barbara Naisara did not take part in the round 2 and lost her lead as a result.


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