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Rewa wins Tamavua Pairs bowling event

Arin Kumar
Monday, April 28, 2014

REWA took out the Tamavua Pairs Bowls Tournament on Saturday at the Suva Bowling Centre.

The pair of Sai Babakobau and Nicholas Thaggard beat Suva in the final 15-8.

Suva was represented by Tom Reynold and Ravin Lal.

Games organising committee member Dr Joji Ralovo said three teams - Tamavua, Suva and Rewa; fielded a total of eight teams in the competition.

"After their win, the pair of Sai Babakobau and Nicholas Thaggard were officially inducted as master pair," he said.

"This means that they qualify as master pairs for Fiji in future national and international events."

Ralovo said the gloomy weather and light rain yesterday failed to dishearten the eight teams.

"The weather was just cloudy initially but after that rain, the greens were running a bit heavy."








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