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Dahya wins golf title

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, April 04, 2014

KISHORE Dahya won the second event of the Fiji Senior Golf Association at the Fiji Golf Club last Sunday.

Dahya finished first in the men's category scoring 41 points at the Rentokil Initial-sponsored stableford competition.

Jack Reddy was second with 40 points while Vijay Goundar was third with 37 points.

Mua Rawlinson took out the ladies category. She scored 33 points. Margret Browne was second with 31 points and Caroline Chang was third with 29 points.

Viliame Naupoto won the guests category. Naupoto scored 40 points. Zavir Khan was second with 37 points.

William Naisara, David Oakley, Tiphait Hussein and Falo Keil won the nearest to the pin prizes.

The most golf prize went to Ashok Goundar in the men's category and Agnes Managreve in the women's category.

More than 45 golfers participated in the tournament.








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