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New Ba champion

Maciu Malo
Saturday, June 14, 2014

BA golfer Aman Akash took out the top honours at the Ba golf competition early this week.

Akash recorded a net score of 63 to stamp his dominance in the competition.

He came out of the blue to defeat hot favourites Sahil Singh and Rahul Kumar who finished on second and third spot respectively.

Singh recorded 70 while Kumar recorded 73.

Asish Chand also provided a good competition and finished the competition on 73 to finish on fourth spot after countback.

Former Fiji and Ba golf champion Indra Warjan of New Zealand carded 3 under at 1st nine and 2 over in 2nd nine with a gross score of 70 gross .

Kamleshwar Nand won the B -grade category with a score of 68 followed by Ravisnesh Chand who recorded 69. Ashwin Sharma recorded 74 to finish in third spot.

In the C-grade competition, Sanjay Krishna finished on top spot with 68 net followed by Eroni Vutotu on 71. Vinesh Prasad finished on third spot with 75 net.

Champion Asish Chand also recorded the longest drive with Sanjay Krishna recording NTP.

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