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Veteran set for title

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, March 16, 2014

VETERAN Ram Khelawan is set to clinch the 2014 Metal Works & Joinery Limited/Islands Pacific Apparel-sponsored Summer Cup after recording another win in the competition at the Nadi Airport Golf Club yesterday.

Khelawan won the round four competition with a score of 70 nett in the A Grade. This is his third win in four starts.

With the victory, he has extended his lead in the competition and is highly likely to claim the title with two more rounds remaining.

Nilesh Chand edged Praneel Prasad to take the second spot after a countback. Both players scored 74 nett.

Coastal Rentals director Biren Kumar won the B Grade nett. He scored 66 and claimed a nearest to the pin prize.

Jerald Kumar was second with 67 nett while Shalendra Naidu was third with 70 nett.

Hemant Kumar won the C Grade nett with a score of 73.








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