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Rizwan takes golf title

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, February 09, 2014

MOHAMMED Rizwan won the third round of the BSP Life Summer Cup competition at the Fiji Golf Club yesterday.

The 27-year-old administrative manager, who won the 2013 Fiji Golf Club Championship, won the A-grade title on countback from Duk Sud Oh while Jai Lal managed the third place finish.

In the B-grade competition, Manish Deo took home the top prize followed by Michael Spencer and Sitiveni Rabuka on second and third place, respectively.

Korean B S Yoon clinched the C-grade title while Dharmendra Singh finished second and Ashleigh Matheson in third.

The ladies division one prize was won by Kamini Singh while Mereani Naisara scooped the ladies division two title.

The nearest to the pin prizes were won by Zavir Khan and Marika Naupoto on the second and sixteenth holes, respectively.

Veteran Tomasi Tuivuna finished on top in the professional grade followed by Arvind Lal in second place.

Eighty four golfers took part in the day-long competition which will end next month.








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