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Joe wins ladies weekly meet

Rashneel Kumar
Friday, August 01, 2014

SYLVIA Joe won the ladies weekly competition at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa on Tuesday.

Joe managed 41 stableford points to scoop the Naisara family-sponsored tournament which had 23 female golfers playing.

Merelita McCarthy managed the second place finish on 33 points followed by Gye Oh on third.

In division two competition, Ana Harvey with 42 points claimed the top prize followed by J S Kim on 36 while Sun Lye Yeom finished on third.

Yoku won division three on 38 points while Lillian Allen (35) and Soni Mathews finished second and third, respectively.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes were won by Ofa Tabuanakawai and Ana Harvey on the fifth and twelfth holes, respectively.

Meanwhile, the business house golf pennants will be played this Sunday at 9.30am.

Fixtures: Rooster Chicken-Carpenters Group; Jack Rentals-Solar Energy Solutions: Williams & Goslings-Shipping Services and BSP Bank on a bye.

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