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Golf elite squad battle

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, June 08, 2014

NATIONAL elite squad members Roneel Prakash, Abid Hussain, Anuresh Chandra and Zoheer Ahmed will be gunning for the monthly medal title at the Nadi Airport Golf Club course today.

They are the favourites in the A Grade.

The contest in the B Grade will be among former club president Chandra Segran Pillay, Mahesh Prasad and Shalen Naidu.

Venayagam Pillay, Arvind Chand and Sunil Datt will battle in the C Grade.

Club president Munesh Prasad said they had scheduled the tournament for today so it would not clash with the Fijian Resort Open which was played yesterday.

"We are thankful to our sponsor Shipping Services for their continued support over the years," Munesh said.

"There will be attractive prizes. The national elite squad members will spice up the tournament."

The 18 holes stroke event will tee off at 9am.

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