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Chand, Singh combine in win

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, May 29, 2014

FORMER Fiji snooker number three Nitesh Chand teamed up with Suresh Papi Singh to win the Downtown Restaurant-sponsored doubles tournament at the South Seas Club in Lautoka on Sunday.

They defeated the pair of Ajesh Chand and Rakesh Shai 2-0 in the final.

In the semi-final, Nitesh and Suresh defeated favourites Isireli Kaci and Dharam Jeet Singh 2-1 while Ajesh and Shai downed the combination of Albert Maharaj and Suresh Mani by the same score.

South Seas Club secretary Rahul Mohammad said the tournament proved to be very interesting.

"Mohammed said Singh combined well with Nitesh defeating the strong partnership of Kaci and Dharam Jeet in the semi-final," he said.

The next tournament will be sponsored by Amar's Digging Works.








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