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Tuivuna leads Fiji Golf Open championship

By RASHNEEL KUMAR
Thursday, May 29, 2014

Update: 8:42PM TOMASI Tuivuna leads the Fiji Open Golf Championship after a magnificent performance on day one competition at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa.

Tuivuna shot a seven under par 65 to take an early lead in the competition which ends on this Sunday.

Olaf Allen Jr finished second after carding five under par 65.

Top contender Rika Batibasaga was tied on the fourth place after hitting two under par 70.

Allen Jr was satisfied with his performance and hopes for a better result tomorrow.

"It was a great day and excellent condition. Hope for a better performance tomorrow," the top amateur golfer said.

"It is anybody's game at the moment."

A total of 144 golfers are taking part in the Fiji Open.

The winner from this event will get an entry to the Fiji International to be played in August in Natadola.








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