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O'Regan's team on track

Arin Kumar
Thursday, June 05, 2014

STEPHEN O'Regan's team is on track to retain the fours title at the ANZ South Pacific Bowling Carnival in Suva.

The team from Lilydale in Australia is through to the quarter-finals that will be played today at the Suva Bowling Club.

Club vice-president Martin Fong said some upsets were recorded during the fours competition yesterday.

"The biggest upset was when Samuela Tui's team consisting of Arun Kumar, Jona Koroitamana and Martin Fong was beaten by Laqere Netava's team in Section A," he said.

"Netava's team is from Vatukoula and they are through to the quarter-finals.

"Also, in Section D, the Abdul Kalim and Ratish Lal's team didn't make it through to the quarter-final.

"Instead, it was Mitieli Uculoa's team from Tamavua that will feature in the quarter-final."

Fong expects stiff competition during the quarter-final and semi-finals today while the final would be played tomorrow.

Men's quarters: Vilisoni Vakatalai-Laqere Netava, Kafoa Pene-Babu Khan, Semesa Naiseruvati-Mitieli Uculoa, Aisea Taoka-Stephen O'Regan

Women's quarters: Hagar Hobbart-Elisabeth Mocewai, Martha Naua-Sai Walker, Litia Tikoisuva-Sarote Hiange, Ana Seru-Rota Vakaloloma








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