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Prasad wins title

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, May 12, 2014

RAHIL Prasad won the Six Reds snooker league round seven competition at the South Seas Club on Friday.

Prasad defeated Tony Cen 2-1 in the final.

In the semi-final, Prasad defeated Suresh Chauhan while Cen beat Raymond Reddy.

In the quarter-finals Chauhan defeated Isireli Kaci, Prasad beat Simon Reddy, Raymond defeated Mohammed Imran while Cen downed Navneil Maharaj.

North West Billiards and Snooker president Suresh Chauhan said the six reds league was progressing well at the various clubs in the Western Division.

Chauhan said this year's event had attracted more interest.

"It was good to see Rahil travel all the way from Suva to play in the tournament," he said.

"He is a bright prospect. Tony has also picked up his form. The top five players from each club will qualify for the final tournament next month.

"We hope to stage two six reds league events this year."

Cen won the final tournament as a wild card entrant last year.

Other results: Chauhan bt Vineel Nand, Prasad bt Vinesh Prasad, Simon bt Vikrant Sharma, Raymond bt Raj Mani Pillay, Cen bt Ajesh Chand.


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