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North west billiards confirm to play next month

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, June 06, 2014

THE North West Billiards and Snooker Association Six Reds final will be played next month.

The top six players from the registered clubs will qualify for this tournament.

The clubs have been holding the weekly league competitions for the past three months.

Association president Suresh Chauhan said they were negotiating with potential sponsors for the tournament.

Chauhan said the league competitions were expected to be completed at all the participating clubs soon.

"The Six Reds league had generated a lot of interest in the sport," he said.

"The participants had been playing regular matches. There have been circumstances when players from Ba and Suva have competed in the league competitions in Lautoka."

Vinesh Prasad leads the league competition at the Lautoka Club. Former Fiji number three Nitesh Chand is the frontrunner at the South Seas Club.

Ismail Wali leads the competition at the Ba Central Club while Mahen Deo leads at the Nadi Sports Club.





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