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Tough battle for bowlers

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, February 15, 2014

TOP bowlers will converge on the Nadi Sports Club greens this morning for the inaugural Fiji Airways Open Fours Championship.

National champion Samuela Tui will guide the powerful Fiji Gas team laced with national reps Arun Kumar, Curtis Mar and David Aitcheson.

Former world number three Ratish Lal will spearhead Islands Electric's campaign with Abdul Kalim, Raymond Singh and Iliaz Khan.

Suva skippered by Soni Vakatalai will have Litia Tikoisuva, Sala Gukivuli and Sai Tokelau.

The winning team will receive four return air tickets to a Fiji Airways destination.

The runner-up will get $750 while the third-placed team will receive $500.

Meanwhile, the Nadi Sports Club created history in the National Triples Championship at the Suva Bowling Club last weekend.

The club won both the women's and men's titles for the first time.








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