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Naisara wins

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, May 28, 2014

WILLIAM Naisara won the stableford event at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa on Saturday.

Naisara scooped the A-grade prize in the China Club Restaurant-sponsored event.

He scored 39 points to finish ahead of Jiujiua Lecavanavanua and Vijay K Pillai, who scored 38 and 37 points, respectively.

In the B-grade competition, Ramesh Goundar managed the top finish on 40 points followed by Tanasio Naqarase on second with 37.

Savenaca Narube managed the third place finish on 35 points.

Tomasi Tuivuna won the C-grade prize on 40 while Bong Jin Park managed the second place on countback from Ravineet Kumar after both scored 38 points each. The nearest-to-the-pin prizes was won by Feizal Haniff and Josua on the second and twelfth holes, respectively.

The ladies division one was won by Margret Browne on 37 points while Mereani Naisara scooped the division two prize on 33.





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