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Labaibure, Allen win golf meet

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, July 26, 2014

ILAISA Labaibure took out the Asco Motors-sponsored Fiji Senior Golfers Association tournament at the Natadola Bay Championship course on Thursday.

Labaibure was first in the men's division.

Rajesh Prasad came second, while Rajen Gounden was in third place with Mark Hinton finishing fourth.

Lillian Allen came first in the ladies division. Elesi Marsden came in second while Mua Rawlinson was third.

Majority of the players travelled for four hours from Suva to participate in the one-day tournament.

"We suffered a puncture on the way to Natadola," association president Vijay Madhavan said.

"A total of 71 players participated. We welcomed four new members Peter Wigmans, Aliti Wigmans, Raj Prasad and Mark. The association will host more tournaments for its members this season."

The ladies took out all the nearest to the pin prizes. The prizes went to Bale Lee, Sulu Brook and Allen.

Francis Tan carded the most golf.





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