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Bowlers advance

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, July 31, 2014

THE national women's bowls triples team is in contention for a quarter-finals spot at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

The side made up of Doreen O'Conner, Radhika Prasad and Litia Tikoisuva was placed second in their section after three matches.

On Tuesday, the team recorded a win and a loss.

Fiji defeated Cook Islands 16-12 and went down to New Zealand 21-11.

Samuela Tui remains in contention for the men's singles quarter-finals despite suffering a loss in his second match.

Tui narrowly went down to sectional leader MH Abdul Rais of Malaysia 21-19. In his first match Tui defeated M Shahzad of Pakistan 21-16.

The men's fours team of Ratish Lal, Abdul Kalim, Arun Kumar and Dan Lum On are out of quarter-final contention after recording two wins and two losses.

The women's pairs team of Sala Gukivuli and Elisabeth Mocewai lost both their opening matches.








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