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Duo lead Nadi event

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, August 10, 2014

TOMASI Tuivuna and Anasa Seruvatu fired two under par 68 to take the overnight lead during the Smugglers Cove Nadi Classic professional division at the Nadi Airport Golf Club.

They hold a four shot lead from Vikrant Chandra and Seru Matairala who fired two over par 72.

National elite squad member Zoheer Ahmed was in fine nick in the amateur division.

Ahmed scored one under par 69.

He holds a six shot lead from defending Nadi Open champion Barroon Hussain on 75.

Jone Saulaca is third on 77.

Shavil Prasad carded 66 to lead the overall nett.

Ram Khelawan leads the veterans overall gross with 79.

Former club president Chandra Segran Pillay scored 68 to lead the veterans overall nett.

Club president Munesh Prasad said good scores were recorded in the first round.

He said the ladies and juniors division would be played today.

The second round will tee off at 8.30am.








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