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O'Regan's team on title track

Arin Kumar
Friday, June 06, 2014

STEPHEN O'Regan's team remains 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 final that would be played today at the Suva Bowling Club.

Club vice president Martin Fong said more upsets were recorded during the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the fours competition yesterday.

"In the quarter-finals, Stephen O'Regan's team beat Aisea Taoka's team, the upset came when Semesa Naiseruvati's team was defeated by Mitieli Uculoa's team, and then Vilisoni Vakatalai's team was beaten by Laqere Netava's team from Vatukoula, Babu Khan's side beat Kafoa Pene's side," he said.

"In the semi-final, Stephen O'Regan's team beat Mitieli Uculoa's team and the team from Vatukoula beat Babu Khan's team in an upset.

"The team from Vatukoula consists of young bowlers including Eminoni Turagabeci who is the son of former national champion Caucau Turagabeci and I think this is the first time this team would feature in the final."

The women's semi-finals were still underway when this edition went to press last night.

"One thing I can say about the women's competition is that a new champion will definitely be crowned."

The finals are expected to start around 9am.





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