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Tikoisuva's team wins bowls event

Arin Kumar
Monday, March 10, 2014

THE Litia Tikoisuva skippered side won the Louise Vakamocea Memorial Fours event on Saturday at the Suva Bowling Club.

The tournament was dedicated to Vakamocea who passed away from cancer last month and the event was also used as an awareness campaign for cancer.

Tournament official Michael Ng said Vakamocea's family sponsored the tournament and more than 60 bowlers participated in the social event.

"We are using the tournament to remember Louise and at the same time promote the fight against cancer," he said.

"That is the reason everyone has worn something in pink today (Saturday) instead of the normal whites we always wear for competition."

Tikoisuva's team of Maureen Thaggard, Ben O'Conner and Helen Elliot accumulated 28 points from four rounds.








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