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Allen Jr wins gold bar

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, August 10, 2014

OLAF Allen Junior accumulated the highest points to walk away with the gold bar during the final tournament of the HBL International Gold Rush Golf tournament in Pacific Harbour yesterday.

Despite finishing third in the men's A-grade in the final tournament, Allen Junior secured enough points to win the series with 1420.

Abid Hussein was second with 1415 points and Keith Coltar finished at third position with 1290.

"It was a successful event," said tournament co-ordinator, Elle Stephenson.

"The golfers enjoyed their time and the course here at the Pearl Resort Championship golf course was in perfect condition with a beautiful weather to complement the day."

She said they hoped to organise a similar tournament next year.

"Everyone wants this tournament to be held again next year but we will see how it goes before making any announcement."

Meanwhile, Fred Vosloh won the men's A-grade yesterday with a net score of 70. Peter Carwford was second on counback while Allen Junior was third.

Jim Tilbury won the B-grade while Coltar scooped the C-grade.

In the ladies division, Jong R Park won the A-grade and Soomin Han won the B-grade on count back.





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