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Chandra improves in NZ

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, May 04, 2014

BA golfer Vikarant Chandra moved up to 22nd position at the Muriwai Open in, Auckland, New Zealand yesterday.

Chandra carded a one under par 71 in the third round.

He recorded three birdies, 13 pars and two bogeys yesterday.

Chandra goes into the final round with a score of two under par 214 after 54 holes.

Ryan Leslie who represented Fiji at the Callaway World Junior Championship in San Diego, California in 2000 also made the cut on Friday.

After 54 holes he moved up to 26th position carding three under par 69 in the third round. He is on one under par 215.

Fiji Open champion Ryan Fox leads the competition going into the final round today.








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