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Veteran confident of Summer Cup chances

Maciu Malo
Saturday, April 05, 2014

THE overall winner of the Foodhall Supermarket-sponsored Summer Cup will be determined at the Golf Links in Lautoka today.

Veteran golfer Gaffar Ali, who shares the lead with former Lauoka Open champion Prem Chand, is confident of his chances.

Ali and Chand lead the points table with 50 points after four rounds of competition followed by Abdul Jallal who is second on the points table while Anthony Johns is at third spot with 46 points.

Ali said the battle for the top award would be tough because all the golfers were targeting a strong finish in the last round.

He added he was ready to stamp his name on the cup.

"It will be interesting to battle my fellow competitors in the last round," said Ali.

"This round will bring out the best from all golfers because the overall winner will be decided after the fifth round."

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