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Mixed golf results

Arin Kumar
Thursday, July 10, 2014

TOMASI Tuivuna won the professional prize with a score of 72 gross during the June monthly medal event at the Fiji Golf Club course.

Olaf Allen Jr, also with a score of 72 took out the overall gross at the GEM Office Products-sponsored event last weekend.

Joe Rodan won A-Grade with 67 nett while second place went to Suva Grammar School student Juijua Lecanivanua on 69 nett.

Vijay Goundan won on a countback from William Naisara to settle for the third place with 71 nett.

B-Grade competition was won by Jai Lal who scored 69 nett and Opetaia Ravai finished second on 70 nett while Conway Begg was third with 73.

Nemani Yavala won C-Grade on 66 nett pushing Siddath Nandan to second place on 71 nett and Jope Tuivanuavou third on 72 nett.

Dawi Kee took out the Ladies Division I on 67 nett and Kelera Watlings with 73 nett was the runner-up.

Division II was won by Sarita Goundan on 67 Nett and Gerri Ferguson was the runner-up on 74 nett.

Nearest to the pin (NTP) on hole 2 was Salen Prasad. Zavir Khan took the fifth hole NTP, James Raman Jr took the 12 hole NTP and Dawi Jee took the 16th hole NTP.

Lecanivanua had the longest drive on hole 18.


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