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Team Coastal wins Nadi opener

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, April 08, 2014

TEAM Coastal Rental took out the four-player Ambrose season opening event at the Nadi Airport Golf Club greens on Sunday.

Coastal Rentals with Biren Kumar, Jerald Sharma, Afzal Khan and Ashok Kumar scored 54.8 nett in the Foodhall Supermarket-Sponsored tournament.

National squad member Abid Hussain's team finished second. The side scored 55.2 nett.

Nadi Muslim College student Barroon Hussain, Mohammed Rizwan and Doctor Adbul Gani were part of the team.

Veteran Ram Khelawan's team was third with 56 nett. The side had Sunil Datt, Nilesh Chand and Arvind Chand.

The team of Amitesh Chandra, Munesh Prasad, Praneel Prasad and Roneel Prakash claimed the fourth spot with 57 nett.

Khan of Team Coastal Rental won the nearest to the pin prize.

Club president Munesh Prasad said a total of 12 teams participated in the tournament.

"I would like to thank the sponsor Pranith Chand and the golfers from Natadola and Lautoka for supporting the event," he said.


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