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Nadi golf prepares for AGM

Zanzeer Singh
Wednesday, January 29, 2014

A new executive committee will take over the affairs of the Nadi Airport Golf Club for the 2014 season.

This is after a group of enthusiastic golfers filed their nominations for positions on the committee which will be contested for during the annual general meeting this Sunday.

The Nadi Airport Golf Club annual general meeting was postponed twice — for the lack of quorum and the unavailability of the financial report.

Club president Chandra Segran Pillay confirmed nominations had been received after a lack of interest previously.

Pillay said the AGM would be held in the afternoon following the presentations for the Ratu Kini Backpackers and Dive Resort-sponsored 18 holes tournament.

"The committee will go through the draft financial report on Friday," he said.

"It will then be presented at the AGM."

Pillay has indicated that he will step down from his position.

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