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Bhatti takes over top job

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

RIFFAT Bhatti is once again the president of the Southern Division Billiards and Snooker Association.

This was confirmed by president Ravi Narayan who stepped down from the position.

A police officer by profession, Narayan has been transferred to Ba and as a result, he resigned as president.

"Mr Riffat Bhatti has been elected president of the Southern Division Billiards and Snooker Association after the current president Mr Ravi Narayan has stepped down," he said.

"Wish you all the best Mr Bhatti and hope you will keep the spirit of snooker in the Southern Division."

Bhatti said he was looking at continuing the development of the sport.

"The main priority is the development of the sport and the players so that the profile of snooker can rise not only in the Southern division but in the whole of Fiji," he said.

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