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Combined team set for golf assault

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, June 29, 2014

THE combined Natadola/Denarau team will be out to create at upset during the Theodore Trophy Championship at the Nadi Airport Golf Club today.

The two clubs will play in the competition as a combined team for the second time.

The team is laced with some prominent businessmen who are ardent golfers.

Wella Pillay, Faiyaz Mohammad, Alvin Singh, Ram Reddy, Ilisoni Koroi, Sung Rae Kim, Biren Kumar, Mark Hinton and Tui Kabu make up the team.

National Golf Association of Fiji secretary Amitesh Chandra said there was big hype about this year's Theodore Trophy Championship.

Chandra said the teams would be out in full force to win the coveted trophy.

"Defending champions Nadi have named a strong line-up with their national elite squad members leading the charge," he said.

"Lautoka and Ba will also be strong with a few former national reps. The combined Natadola/Denarau team could spring a surprise."

The competition will tee off at 9am.





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