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Kalim, Lal scoop pairs final

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

ABDUL Kalim and Ratish Lal took out the pairs final at the ANZ South Pacific Bowling Carnival yesterday.

Kalim beat Semesa Naiseruvati 16-9 at the Suva Bowling Club yesterday. Naiseruvati's pair was Sushil Prasad.

In the ladies competition, Lavenia Ratumudu's team beat Doreen O'Conner's side 17-8 in the final.

Club vice-president Martin Fong said they were expecting good weather to prevail until the tournament ends on Sunday.

"So far the weather has held up and we would like it to remain like this so that we can have good competition.

The fours competition would be played today and Fong said bowlers were in good form.








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