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Nadi wins Ba golf title

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

NADI claimed the Amin's Insurance Services sponsored four players team Ambrose tournament at the Ba Golf Club on Sunday.

Captained by Swami Vivekananda College Year 11 student Shavil Prasad, Foodhall scored 53.75 points.

Foodhall also had Pranith Chand, Nilesh Chand and Rakesh Chand.

The Abid's Transport team finished second with 54.88 points. The team was skippered by national squad member Abid Hussain. He also hit the longest drive.

Blues led by Mohammed Sharif was third with 55.75 points.

Sand Trap captained by Rohit Chandra finished fourth with 56.25 points.

Abdul Jalal won the nearest to the pin prize.

Club treasurer Rajesh Prasad said 14 teams participated.

"The tournament attracted teams from Sigatoka, Nadi, Lautoka and Ba," Rajesh said.

"It was good to have teams participating from other districts. It was a tight tournament with great rivalry showed by the golfers."








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