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Champion anticipates tough competition

Maciu Malo
Saturday, March 22, 2014

NADI Foodhall Supermarket Summer Cup round two winner John Krishna is anticipating tough competition in today's third round of competition.

The Lautoka-based golfer will face a tough challenge from round one winner Anthony John, former Lautoka Open champion Prem Chand and other top golfers.

Club president Raymond Singh said the rivalry among the golfers had been intense over the past two tournaments.

He said the round two events were competitive, resulting in the crowning of two winners.

Singh said the third round would bring out the best from the golfers.

"It will be interesting to witness the battle in the third round this weekend," said Singh.

"All golfers are eager to stamp their mark on this competition and we anticipate another great weekend of golf in round three."

Singh said the club had been impressed with the many new golfers participating in the tournament.

He said one of their targets this year was to promote the sport to a wider audience in Lautoka and to attract new players.

"The momentum is shifting to educate and train more golfers and it's great to see more new golfers joining.

"We expect more members to join us during the third round this weekend."

New golfers that are expected to stamp their mark this weekend are Lautoka soccer coach Dennis Singh, Usa Likdo Koroi and former Lautoka and national soccer rep Bakalevu Moceimereke.

The third round will be held at the Golf Links on Saturday.


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