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Bowlers warm up in Suva

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, April 06, 2014

THE Suva Bowling Club hosted the second last practice tournament for the National Club Fours event which will be held during the Easter weekend.

Suva, Tamavua and Rewa clubs have been taking part in the weekly competition to improve on their performance in the national event which will be held next month.

Dan Lum On-led Suva team won the men's grade and $120 prizemoney followed by Semesa Naiseruvati's Tamavua in second.

Tamavua, which defeated Babu Khan's Rewa on countback, settled for $80.

In the women's competition, Helen Elliot-led Suva finished on top, collecting $80 prizemoney while Tamavua led by Na Rota settled for the second place.

Tournament co-ordinator Michael Ng said the clubs would have a tough time selecting their teams for the National Fours.

"Looking at the performance during the practice tournaments, it will be hard for clubs to choose their teams," Ng said.

"But still some clubs missed the services of their regular players who are either sick or away on business."

The final practice tournament will be held next week on Saturday.





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