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Ho shows class in Lautoka

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, June 19, 2017

FIJI No.1 Justin Ho showed his class to lift the snooker revival tournament at the Northern Club in Lautoka on Saturday night.

Ho was on fire in the two-day tournament defeating arch rival Romit Meghji 3-0 in the final.

In the semi-finals, Ho defeated Kurk Simpson of the Nadi Sports and Social Club 2-0 while Meghji beat Siddhartha Iyer by the same score line.

The tournament was sponsored by Waste Clear Fiji Ltd and the Northern Club.

Ho said another tournament would be held at the club next month. He said this would be followed with the start of the business house league.

"We have a good number of juniors involved," Ho said.

"Basically the idea is to get squash rolling.

"The new players have learnt a lot by participating in the tournament."

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