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Oh returns to top spot in women's golf event

Arin Kumar
Tuesday, September 02, 2014

GYE Oh returned to winning ways in the women's golf competition at the Fiji Golf Club.

She won division one of the weekly women's competition last week at the Vatuwaqa golf course.

After winning the Fiji Ladies Open in June, Oh won a back to back competition in July before setting for second and third places in a few tournaments.

The win affirms her position as the golfer of the season in the ladies competition.

Competition official Connie Kwon said Lady captain Merelita McCarthy finished second in division one ahead of Suzie Yee.

She said Lillian Allen took out top honours in division two ahead of Marica Margetts who finished second and Yoku who finished third.

"Elesi M was first in division, while Barbra and Soni were second and third respectively," Kwon said.

"Eagles shots were from Merelita and Marica."

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