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Chandra reigns

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, July 21, 2014

AIRPORTS Fiji Limited fireman Anuresh Chandra fired a brilliant six under par 64 to take out the overall gross title during the Blue Gas-sponsored 2014 qualifying round at the Nadi Airport Golf Club course on Saturday.

Chandra who has been named as the non-travelling reserve for the World Amateur Teams Championship in Japan in September played awesome golf to record one of the best scores at the Newtown course this season.

Sanjesh Dodi Prasad won the overall nett title. He scored 63 and also claimed a nearest to the pin prize.

Nilesh Chand won the A Grade nett with a score of 66. He also hit the longest drive. Zoheer Ahmed was second with 67 nett while club president Munesh Prasad was third with 69 nett.

YB Pillay won the B Grade nett with a score of 68. Shiva Rajan edged Mahesh Prasad on a countback to take out second spot after both golfers carded 70 nett.

Arvind Chand won the C Grade nett after a countback from Doctor Abdul Gani. Both golfers scored 66 nett. Ganga Gounder was third with 68 nett.

The qualifiers for the 2014 club championship are: A Grade: Anuresh Chandra, Zoheer Ahmed, Abid Hussain, Nilesh Chand, Mohammed Faiyaz, Munesh Prasad, Ritesh Chandra, Barroon Hussain; B Grade: Shiva Rajan, Mahesh Prasad, Salen Naidu, Balram, Hari Ram, Hamza Ali, YB Pillay, Chandra Segran Pillay; C Grade: Arvin Chand, Sanjesh Dodi Prasad, Abdul Gani, Kishore Kumar, Ganga Gounder, Sunil Datt, Gary Jones, Pranith Chand.





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