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Bowls clash looms

Zanzeer Singh
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

IT will be top class action during the ANZ-sponsored business house bowls finals at the Nadi Sports Club this evening.

In the cup final, Satya's Fast Food will face Williams & Gosling. Both teams will be skippered by veteran players.

Former national rep Shorab Khan will guide Williams & Gosling while Shasta Nand will spearhead Satya's Fast Food's campaign.

The plate final will be contested between Fiji Airways and ACME Garments.

Jack's Fiji will battle with last year's cup winner Fiji Gas in the bowl final while Westpac with Keegan Jaduram will face ATS in the shield final.

Club bowls director Bobby Prasad said with the new format, all the 16 teams would be battling in the finals to determine the rankings.

Prasad thanked ANZ Bank for sponsoring the month-long tournament to a tune of $3000.

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