Fiji Time: 1:41 PM on Wednesday 18 January

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / Sport

Rahil spoil Maharaj's winning run

Zanzeer Singh
Wednesday, August 06, 2014

NAVNEIL Maharaj failed to maintain his winning form during the Six Reds snooker championship at the South Seas Club in Lautoka on Saturday.

Maharaj's three tournament winning streak was ended by young Rahil Prasad in the semi-final.

Rahil defeated Maharaj 2-1.

In the other semi-final, former Fiji number three Nitesh Chand defeated Vinesh Prasad 2-0.

The final between Rahil and Chand was a five frame affair. Nitesh, who won the Paradise Beverages National Rankings Championship last month, beat Rahil 3-1.

Fiji B Grade champion Sahil Prasad and his father Yogen travelled all the way from Suva to participate in the tournament.








Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Westpac
Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.63750.6185
JPY 55.628252.6282
GBP 0.39210.3841
EUR 0.45550.4435
NZD 0.68430.6513
AUD 0.64840.6234
USD 0.49010.4731

from

$0.00

Exchange Rate updated on 18th January, 2017

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Ministry to defend its workers
  2. Gift of horses
  3. Party politics
  4. Test for Baber
  5. Kiribati ready to work land
  6. No official correspondence on Netanyahu visit
  7. Fijian Jimmy Snuka dies
  8. Health setback
  9. FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
  10. Reddy: Children need to work hard

Top Stories this Week

  1. Brothers appear for alleged assault, granted bail Saturday (14 Jan)
  2. Barber opens new $75k investment Friday (13 Jan)
  3. Police investigate officer's testimony Friday (13 Jan)
  4. Kinoya sinkhole discovery, traffic restricted Thursday (12 Jan)
  5. Tractor to help farmers overcome labour shortage Friday (13 Jan)
  6. Institution faces probe Friday (13 Jan)
  7. QVS opening delayed Sunday (15 Jan)
  8. Snap search uncovers contraband in remand centre Sunday (15 Jan)
  9. Morning blaze destroys home Saturday (14 Jan)
  10. Mourning period ends for the late Roko Tui Bau Saturday (14 Jan)