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McCarthy maintains form

Arin Kumar
Friday, July 25, 2014

MERELITA McCarthy won division one of the Fiji Golf Club Ladies weekly competition on Tuesday.

She carded 40 stableford points at the Vatuwaqa golf course to continue her winning streak after winning the Goodman Fielder-sponsored monthly medal event last week.

Selai Pridgeon finished in second place with 37 points while Ufemia Naisara was third with 34 points.

Lillian Allen topped Division two with 38 points ahead of Sunlye Yeom and Martha Valentine who finished with 32 and 29 points respectively.

Division three was won by D S Choe who carded 38 points. In second place with 37 points was Debbie Gibson while Y S Lee was placed third with 36 points.

Competition official Connie Kwon said the cloudy weather did not deter the competitors from having a good round of golf.

"Today (Tuesday) was a cloudy day but it was worth playing the stableford golf event and also a big thanks to our awesome sponsors Ana Harvey and Marica Margets," she said.

"A big thank you also to the starters for today's competition, Lillian Allen and Connie Kwon and not forgetting Ufemia Naisara, our great helper."





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