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Goundar wins monthly medal event

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, June 15, 2014

NIGEL Goundar won the monthly medal event at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa yesterday.

The rainy weather failed to stop the club manager from clinching the Golden Manufacturers Limited-sponsored stroke event after scoring a 70 nett.

Michael Joe settled for the second prize in A-grade on 71 while Vijay Goundar managed third place finish on 72 nett.

In the B-grade competition, Hui Shun took the top honours on 72 nett followed by Vidhya Lakhan who defeated Mohit Prasad on countback. Both scored 76 each.

Ganesh Rueben scored a 63 nett to win the C-grade title ahead of Ashleigh Matherson (69) and Arvindra Kumar (72).

The ladies division one title was won by Rose Sue on 78 nett while Dawi Jee scooped the division two title on 79.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes went to Margie Browne, P S Oh, Mohammed Ishak and Mohammed Rizwan on the second, fifth, twelfth and sixteenth holes, respectively.

Tomasi Tuivuna scored an even par to win the professional grade.





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