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Tuivuna leads

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, May 31, 2014

TOMASI Tuivuna maintains the lead in the Fiji Open Golf Championship held at the Fiji Golf Club in Vatuwaqa.

He shot one under par 71 on day two competition yesterday to amass a total of 136 at the halfway mark.

Tuivuna holds a two-shot lead over Australian Matt Ballard who is on second place after hitting three under par 69 yesterday.

Ballard recorded the same score on the opening day of the competition on Thursday.

Andrew Campbell is on third after managing 140 two under par 70 on both days while Rika Batibasaga is on the fourth spot on 143.

In amateur category, Olaf Allen Jr maintains the lead after hitting a two under par 70 yesterday.

Anuresh Chandra is second on 145 while Timotoe Samau is on third spot.

Fiji Golf Club manager Nigel Goundan said they hoped for a good weather today.

The Fiji Open Golf Championship will end tomorrow.

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