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Allen Jr in front

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, February 23, 2014

SUVA golfer Olaf Allen Junior is on course to maintain his top position when he enters the final round of the second national trials at the Nadi Airport Golf Club greens today.

Allen Jr was in fine form during the opening round of the 36 holes event yesterday.

He showed his class carding a brilliant one under-69 in the first 18 holes.

Former Fiji junior rep Tristan Levestam proved to be the surprise golfer after carding two over par 72.

There is a three-way tie for the third spot going into the final round. Former national rep Zoheer Ahmed who has returned to Fiji after spending three years in New Zealand is on 73 with Munesh Prasad and Roneel Prakash.

Meanwhile Ram Khelawan won the opening round of the Metalworks & Joinery Limited/Islands Pacific Apparel- sponsored Summer Cup round one stableford event at the New Town course yesterday.

Khelawan scored 41 points in the A grade. Munesh was second with 39 points followed by Levestam on 38 points.

Biren Kumar of Coastal Rentals won the B grade with 38 points. Kavitesh Prasad was second with 34 points while Balram was third with 33 points.

Arvind Chand won the C grade with 39 points. V Pillay was second with 30 points while Gary Jones was third with 28 points. Asish Chand and Baarroon Hussain won the nearest to the pin prizes.


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