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New champ at bowl meet

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, July 25, 2014

VETERAN Shasta Nand led his Satya's Fast Foods team to an upset victory against BSP Life during the cup semi-final of the ANZ Bank-sponsored business house bowl competition at the Nadi Sports Club on Wednesday.

Satya's Fast Food won the encounter 20-11. Former national rep Curtis Mar skippered the losing BSP Life team.

In the other semi-final Shorab Khan captained his Williams & Gosling team to a 15-13 victory against Home Finance.

Nadi Sports Club bowling director Bobby Prasad said the match between Williams & Gosling and Home Finance was a tight affair.

Prasad said Shorab pulled off the winning points in the final end.

"There were some close results in the semi-finals of the other categories," he said.

"The finals will be interesting and there will be prizes in all categories.

Last year's champion Fiji Gas has been relegated to the bowl final.

The finals will be held next Wednesday.

Results: Cup: BSP Life 11 Satya's Fast Food 20, Williams & Gosling 15 Home Finance 13

Plate: Gibson Freight 21 Fiji Airways 22, ACME Garments 20 Wyndham 16

Bowl: Jacks Fiji 30 ANZ Bank 9, Fiji Gas 22 Pacific Destination 7

Shield:Westpac Bank 17 Triple Three 15, Air Terminal Services 17 APTC 12.

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