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Lee, Prakash win Lautoka golf title

Maikeli Seru
Thursday, December 07, 2017

THE Sadhai Autos Fiji Ltd-sponsored Prophet Mohammed's Birthday celebrations 18 holes 2 men Ambrose event saw Lautoka Golf Club president Chong Lee and the ever consistent Roneel Prakash take out top honors at the Golf Links on Monday.

The duo amassed a superb nett 56 as runaway winners. Abdul Jalal with Tevita Tevita Drauniniu for a 2nd place on 60 with young guns Alen Qiokata and Asneel Kumar 3rd on 62.

Pritam Singh partnered Daven Mudaliar for a 4th spot finish on 63, followed by Raymond Singh and Sunia Radovu on 64, Vijay Ram and Shiro Mani on 65 alongside Richard Eyre and Senitiki Cakau.

N.T.P on 2nd to Raymond Singh and on the 9th to Pritam Singh. Roneel Prakash hit the longest Drive on the 3rd hole.

Club official Raymond Singh thanked sponsor Sadhai Autos Fiji Ltd for putting up a lucrative sponsorship as it was prizes galore for the winners to celebrate Prophet Mohammed birthday in style,

Meanwhile upcoming Ashneel kumar won the Raydens Exporters stroke event on Saturday with 66, followed by James Krishna and Lawrence Naidu on 70. Richard Eyre took out the B-grade title on 65 on a countback from Senitiki Cakau. Pritam Singh grabbed 3rd spot on 67 on a countback from James Leger and Anil Prasad.

C- grade title went to Arvind Pillay on 70. Alex Qiokata on 71 with Asish kumar on 72. NTP on 2nd to Shiro Mani and 9th to Gaffar Ali. Longest drive hit by Shiro Mani on the 3rd .

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