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Ram wins golf title

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, July 22, 2013

CENTRAL College student Shamal Ram won the Sigatoka Motor Spares Limited-sponsored junior tournament at the Lautoka Golf Club on Saturday.

Ram won the overall gross title with a score of 57.

Talica Tuilovoni won the overall nett. Tuilovoni scored 45.

Prashal Chandra won the first nett prize with a score of 47.

Vetaia Sadranu was second with 48 nett.

Manuela Luita was third with 49 nett.

Tulia Tuilavonu was fourth with 50 nett.

Shamal Narayan claimed the fifth spot with 51 nett.

Joeli Naivalu was sixth with 52 nett while Polly Daubulu was seventh with 53 nett.

Jimmy Luita, who is promoting junior golf in the Western Division, said the youngsters would be gracing the golf links course twice every month.

He said all the junior golfers received a prize on Saturday.

"We are promoting junior golfers so they could one day become national reps," Luita said.

"The juniors are aged between nine and eleven.

"We are teaching them the basics of golf and the rules of the game which is very important."

Another junior tournament will be held at the Lautoka Golf Club in three weeks time.





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