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Singh, Faiyaz win golf title

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, April 06, 2014

TEAM Metal Works took out the two person Ambrose charity golf tournament at the Denarau Golf and Racquet Club in Nadi yesterday.

The side with Salesh Singh and Mohammed Faiyaz scored 65 nett to finish on top.

The duo won a return air ticket each to Sydney.

Team Mali Pest Control with Nitulesh Mali and Ram Khelawan was second. They scored 65.5 nett.

Nitulesh hit the longest drive.

Team Zen Medical was third with a score of 65.75 nett.

Paul Yui and Avinesh Gosai won the nearest to the pin prizes.

A total of 24 teams participated in the 18 holes event.

Meanwhile the Foodhall Supermarket sponsored four person Ambrose event will be played at the Nadi Airport Golf Club today. Reporting time is 9.30am. Shotgun start at 10am.

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