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Young Bucks win trophy

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, May 29, 2014

THE Young Bucks took out the Roger Probert Trophy at the Fiji Golf Club Course on Sunday.

They defeated the Old Stallions 543-548 in the annual challenge.

Vijay Madhavan of the Fiji Golf Club said a total of 67 golfers participated in the event.

Madhavan said Fiji Gas sales manager Samson Lal had the honour to present the prizes.

Ilaisa Labaibure won the men's A Grade individual stableford event from Umesh Shandil after a countback. Both golfers scored 40 points.

Vijay Goundan was third, edging David Okaley following a countback after they scored 36 points.

Zavir Khan won the B Grade with a score of 40 points. John Hayes was second with 39 points followed by Mervin Low with 37 points and Doctor Ram Lochan with 36 points.

Ashleigh Matheson won the C Grade. Matheson scored 37 points. Sir Timoci Tuivaga claimed second spot edging Mosese Naisara and Viliame Naupoto after a countback with the trio returning with 36 points.

Agnes Managreve won the ladies category with 45 points and Ning Zhang was second with 41 points followed by Hilary Pickering with 37 points.

Jim Hall, Labaibure, Paterson and Goundan won the nearest to the pin prizes.







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