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Kath aims to play in Nadi next year

Zanzeer Signh
Monday, June 02, 2014

VETERAN Graeme Kath is keen to return for the Sunny West Bowling Carnival at the Nadi Sport Club next year.

The Australian combined with Semesa Naiseruvati to win the pairs title for the third year on Thursday.

Kath said he would love to team up with Naiseruvati again.

"I first came to play bowls in Fiji back in 1984," he said.

"For this year, the competition was tougher. There were some close games which could have gone either way.

"The weather the carnival atmosphere lived up to expectations. I will be coming back next year hopefully with a bigger group."

In the final, Naiseruvati/Kath defeated Mohan Lal and Som Padiyachi 21-7.

In the semi-final Naiseruvati/Kath edged out Curtis Mar/Arun Kumar 12-11 in a tight affair. In the other semi-final Lal/Padiyachi proved too strong for Rick Eyre/Steve Rice winning 14-9.

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