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Singh favoured to win Sigatoka snooker open

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, January 05, 2014

RONALD Singh will be the favourite for the Coastal Rentals-sponsored Sigatoka Open Snooker Championship next weekend.

Singh goes into the tournament on a high note having won the Chicken Express Nadroga Open at the Sigatoka Club last year.

He defeated Rahil Prasad 2-1 in the final.

The two-day Sigatoka Open is expected to draw top players from the Western Division.

Mahend Deo and Rimal Narayan will lead Nadi Sports Club's charge.

Suresh Chauhan, Vinesh Prasad, Navneil Maharaj, Nitesh Chand, Philip Gock, Isireli Kaci, Tony Cen, Ajesh Chand, Raj Mani Pillay, Albert Maharaj, Vikrant Sharma, Mohammed Imran, Dharam Jeet Singh and Suresh Papi Singh will be part of the Lautoka contingent.

Raymond Reddy, Simon Reddy, Ismail Wali, Ali Boy and Shaneel Kumar will carry Ba Central Club's hopes.

Meanwhile, the North West Billiards and Snooker Association will name its squad for the annual East versus West clash after this tournament.





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