FORMER Fiji number one Praneel Singh won the Carz and Carz-sponsored Southern Division Billiards and Snooker Association Six Reds Championship at Nausori Club on Sunday.
Praneel defeated Raman Lal in the final.
Many upsets were recorded in the tournament.
Fiji number one Jiten Prasad lost to Jack Cox, Fiji number three Deepak Jai Ram went down to Jese Salawai while former national champion Viliame Umu lost to Ravinesh Maharaj.
Tournament co-ordinator Timoci Gaunavinaka said that the event attracted 27 players from Suva and Nausori.
He said Reena Lata, the lone female entrant lost to Praneel and Ajay Singh in pool play.
"Without the support of sponsors Carz and Carz, it is impossible to run such an event," Gaunavinaka said.
"The company has already sponsored four tournaments in Suva and Nausori and one in Labasa totaling $5500 this year.
"Some of the top ranked players from the Southern Division will be travelling to Labasa this weekend to compete in the Vanua Levu Open Snooker Championship.
"This will allow Northern fans to watch high class games on their home turf thus helping in the development of the sport."
Former Fiji number three Nitesh Chand won the Nadi Open Championship sponsored by Chung and family of Lautoka.
Nitesh beat Suva's Yogendra Prasad 3-2 in an exciting final.
With the score locked at 2-all, the final frame went down to the wire with Chand potting the black ball to win.
The pair's tournament sponsored by Harold Mani at the South Seas Club in Lautoka was won by Dharam Jeet Singh and Vinesh Prasad.
They defeated the combination of Ajesh Chand and Surya Narayan Singh 2-0.
The inter club challenge between Tavua and Ba Central was held on Sunday after a lapse of two years.
Ba Central won the title beating Tavua 7-2.