Fiji Times Logo

Fiji Time: 4:25 AM on Tuesday 29 July

/ Front page / Sport

Prasad leads

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, May 31, 2014

NAUSORI Club member Jitendra Prasad leads the Billiard and Snooker Association A Grade rankings after two national events.

Jitendra, who is commonly known as "JP" in the snooker circles, has opened up a big gap with 230 points after winning both national tournaments this year.

Praneel Singh of the Merchants Club is second with 154. Deepak Jai Ram of Nausori Club with 151 points. Nadi Sports Club's Mahendra Deo stays fourth with 139 points followed by Pritesh Kumar Khatri with 109 points.

Sahil and Rahil Prasad rule the B Grade.

Sahil is on top with 204 points. Rahil is second with 175 points while Hazel Naidu of Labasa is third with 165 points. Raman Lal of Defence Club is at fourth position with 150 points followed by Francis Ram of Merchants Club at fifth position with 141 points.

Association secretary Raymond Reddy said the third national rankings championship would be held in Lautoka in July.

"The next rankings tournament will be held from July 12-13," he said.


Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. New United formation
  2. 10 degrees lowest yet
  3. Misleading phone deals
  4. Party to fight alone
  5. Man pleads for return of medal
  6. Super shark nanna
  7. Hospitality amazes traveller
  8. NZ sevens beaten in Games gold medal match
  9. Recognition for officers
  10. Alarm bells as diabetes forecast points to rise in cases

Top Stories this Week

  1. No 'free education', says party Wednesday (23 Jul)
  2. Playing 'enemy' Tuesday (22 Jul)
  3. $24,000 payout a lifeline for family Tuesday (22 Jul)
  4. Illegal Fijians in Tonga Friday (25 Jul)
  5. Warning for teachers Thursday (24 Jul)
  6. Calls for support Tuesday (22 Jul)
  7. Fijian woman jailed for stealing millions in NZ Sunday (27 Jul)
  8. $70m plan Wednesday (23 Jul)
  9. New United formation Monday (28 Jul)
  10. 10 degrees lowest yet Monday (28 Jul)