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Oh wins another golf title

Arin Kumar
Thursday, July 03, 2014

GYE Oh continued her fine form with another win in the Ladies competition at the Fiji Golf Club on Tuesday.

She scored 40 stable ford points to take out the division one title at the greens in Vatuwaqa.

Selai Prigeon was second with 39 points while Ufemia Naisara was third with 36 points.

Sai Yee took out division two with a score of 33 points ahead of Mua Rawlinson who has 32 points and Marica Margetts who had 31.

Division three was won by Young Oh Ku who scored 38. On Second place was E.H Kim who scored 37 points and Vicki Jackson settled for third place with 36 points.

Official Connie Kwon said 28 players competed in the event.

"Today (Tuesday) was a beautiful sunny day at the Fiji Golf Club," she said.

"There was a great turnout of 28 players.

"A big thanks to one of our lady members J.R.Yoon who was our sponsor for today (Tuesday)."

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