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Searancke wins event

Rashneel Kumar
Monday, April 14, 2014

NEIL Searancke won the weekly stableford event at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa on Saturday.

The Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji chief financial officer defeated Feizal Hannif in A-grade competition on countback after both were tied on 39 points each.

Duk Sol Oh finished third on 38 points.

In the B-grade competition, Seoung Uk Han managed the top place finish after pipping the Pacific Games Council president Vidhya Lakhan on countback.

Both Han and Lakhan had scored 38 points each.

Niumaia Tabunakawai managed third place on 37.

Bank of South Pacific's Kevin McCarthy took home the C-grade prize after scoring 41 followed by Juni Joe on 38 and Abdul Hanif on 37.

In the ladies grade, Gye Oh won the division one prize while Ji Sook Kim claimed the division two prize.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes were won by Tanasio Naqarase on second and twelfth holes.

Tomasi Tuivuna won the professional grade.


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