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Naisara leads team to victory

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, March 30, 2014

THE Naisara family continues to dominate the FMF Ladies Summer Cup golf tournament at the Vatuwaqa golf course.

Earlier this week, Mereani Naisara led her team to walk away as champions in another busy day in the office.

Naisara along with Anasa Seruvatu, Ms Ku and Jone Naisara edged Ofa Tabunakawai's team which had the services of Niumaia Tabunakawai, Minister for Sports Viliame Naupoto and Isei while Olaf Allen's team of Katalina Wilson, Rohit Chandra and Armand settled for third position.

Fiji Golf Club ladies' captain Merelita McCarthy said the team event was for all different level golfers.

"It was a tough competition though with most team handicaps about the same or very close," McCarthy said.

"Their golf results were then determined by the group team handicap. We would have all three different grades in each team, making the competition fair but tough as well."

She said the Naisasa family continued to dominate the event.

"The Naisara family continues their winning streak. Mereani Naisara won the last week FMF Summer Cup and also she was the captain of the team that won."

McCarthy added about 60 golfers, ladies and gents, participated in the one-day event on Tuesday.





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