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Nand upbeat

Maciu Malo
Thursday, May 15, 2014

BA golfer Kamleshwar Nand is one of the hot favourites to win the LYZ Enterprises Limited Lautoka-sponsored 18-hole stroke event at the Ba Golf Club on Sunday.

High from his win at last week's tournament, Nand is confident of another good outing this weekend.

But he will face tough competition from arch rivals Aman Akash and Sahil Singh who finished last week's tournament's on second and third spots respectively.

Another notable title contender is veteran golfer Rajend Singh who is expected to provide tough competition.

Tournament official Rajesh Prasad said the competition would be tougher compared with last week.

He said all top golfers in Ba would participate at the tournament.

"Veteran Rajend Singh, who has recently returned from New Zealand, will give a stiff challenge, likewise Xavier schoolteacher Asish Chand, Vishwa Nadan and upcoming golfer Sahil Singh."

Tee off at 9.30am. Entry fee is $10 per player.








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