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Khan guides team to victory

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, August 31, 2014

VETERAN Shorab Khan showed his class to guide Rina's Electrical to victory at the BRED Bank-sponsored inaugural barefoot bowls business house competition at the Nadi Sports Club.

Rina's Electrical defeated David Aitcheson's Fiji Gas team 10-9 in a close battle. The winning team received $250 while the runner-up got $150.

Rina's Electrical and Fiji Gas topped their respective pools to reach the final.

In the third and fourth place playoffs, Satya's Fast Food with Salesh Prasad beat Curtis Mar's team 13-6.

BRED bank's senior business relationship manager Bharat Kumar presented the prizes.

Club bowls director Bobby Prasad said the inaugural two player five bowls competition proved interesting.

Prasad thanked the sponsor for the support to make the three week competition a success.

He said more competitions had been lined up for the remainder of the season.








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