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Margetts, Harvey win

Arin Kumar
Sunday, May 04, 2014

MARICA Margetts teamed up with Ana Harvey to take out the Shipping Services (Fiji) Ltd sponsored Fiji Golf Club's Ladies 4BBB (stableford) competition on Tuesday.

Despite the weather conditions, 24 participants turned up to play at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa.

The two carded 47 points to emerge victorious in the competition.

The competition was formatted in a way to allow ladies to partner up and the best score of the partners per hole was counted.

SSFL director Seruwaia Hong-Tiy commended the participation of the players and congratulated the winners.

Dawwi Jee and E H Kim scored 43 points and won on countback against Selai Pridgeon and Y Ohk Ku

J R Yoon and M J Park finished in fourth spot with 42 points while Y S Lee and Margie Browne finished fifth with 41 points.

The nearest to the pin prizes went to Gye Oh for the second hole, M J Park for the fifth hole and Selai Pridgeon for the 12th hole.





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