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Narayan, Babakobau win bowls pairs title

Arin Kumar
Monday, July 28, 2014

DEO Narayan partnered with Sai Babakobau to take out the Rewa Pairs bowls tournament on Saturday.

The duo beat the team of Dr Joji Ralovo and Nicholas Thaggard 12-6 in the final at the Suva Bowling Club.

The women's title was won by the duo of Mereani Ralovo and Asena Saubulinayau who finished the round robin competition unbeaten after three games.

Dr Ralovo said the tournament was used as a build-up towards the Banana Cup which would be held on August 9 and the Masters Pairs which would be held in Vatukoula a week later.

"Bowlers were trying out new combinations because at the Banana Cup we can now pair with players from different clubs," he said.

"Before you could only pair with a bowler from our own club but this time, bowlers have the freedom to choose their partner from other clubs to make the best combination possible."








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