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Strong East side

Arin Kumar
Saturday, January 18, 2014

THE Southern Division Billiards and Snooker Association (SDBSA) has opted for experience in the naming of its team for the East versus West Challenge.

East will try to win its eighth consecutive title when the two sides meet at the Lautoka Club tomorrow.

The format stipulates the two teams will compete in 15 matches of which eight are singles, six doubles and one is a billiards match.

SDBSA president Ravi Narayan said they were confident of returning from Lautoka victorious.

"We have in our team Fiji number one player Jiten Prasad, number two player Praneel Singh and number three player Deepak J Ram," Narayan said.

"Also we have in our squad, Fiji billiards champion Viliame Umu, premier champion Ravi Narayan and veteran champion Moti Lal."








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