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Oh takes early lead

Arin Kumar
Thursday, June 05, 2014

GYE Oh has taken an early lead in the Women's Open golf tournament day one competition with an overall gross score of 76 at the Fiji Golf Club in Vatuwaqa.

Second is Kelera Watling with a score of 77 and defending champion Sylvia Joe is third on 78.

Watling also has the best nett score of 67 in division one while the overall nett leader is S. Lee who carded 66.

Women's Golf Fiji president Susie Yee said 58 ladies started the competition.

"In division two, Margie Browne has gross 90 points, Rosita Teofilo of the Solomon Islands has 94 and Elleen Kapei who is also from the Solomons has 95 and Kapei has a nett score of 72," she said.'

"In division three, Sunny Lee has gross 95, Mereani Naisara has 97 and Robyn Tuivakano of Tonga has 98."

Yee said some good scores were recorded on day one competition and they were looking forward for a similar results on day two competition.

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