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Kau wins stroke event

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, May 11, 2014

FILIMONE Kau won the stroke event at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa yesterday.

The Fiji ambassador to the Republic of Korea won the A-grade prize in the New Home Land-sponsored event after carding 70 nett.

Sanjeshwar Ram managed 71 nett to claim the second spot followed by Roy Ugra on third on 72 nett after winning on count back from Nigel Goundan.

In the B-grade competition, Masilino Naupoto took home the top prize on 66 nett followed by Gurd Mar and Mohammed Ishak, who managed 67 and 68 nett, respectively.

Jason Tuner won the C-grade prize on 70 nett after beating BJ Park on count back while Arvindra Kumar settled on third place.

The ladies division one prize was won by Ning Zhang on 67 nett and division two went to Hillary Pickering on 68 nett.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes went to BJ Park and Jae Jung on the second and twelfth holes, respectively.

The overall gross was won by David Oakley on 77 gross while Mahmood Buksh won the professional prize on 72 gross.

There were 105 starters in the day-long tournament.





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