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Ho still number 1

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, October 31, 2017

JUSTIN Ho maintained his number one ranking in the country after taking out the PK Electrical/All Engineering sponsored squash championship at the Northern Club in Lautoka.

Ho defeated archrival Romit Meghji 3-1 in the final.

He won the first two sets 11-8, 11-4. Romit took out the third set 13-11. Ho sealed the win by claiming the fourth set 11-6.

Squash Fiji will hold the national trials for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Lautoka next week.

Ho said his aim was to be part of the Fiji team for the Games in Australia. "The P Meghji sponsored Warren Yee Memorial Championship is coming up and I will be aiming for that title," he said.

"I have been practising daily and my form is good. Romit was competitive in the final but my fitness got me through."

The championship's co-ordinator Daniel Lal said many of the players who had left the sport had shown interest in returning.

Lal said junior clinics would be held to get more youngsters to take up the sport.








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