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Kumar wins first title in Lautoka

Maikeli Seru
Wednesday, November 08, 2017

UPCOMING Lautoka Golf Club member Ashneel Kumar recorded his first title at the golf links last weekend by scooping round two of the Geotech Drilling International Services-sponsored 18 holes individual stroke event.

Kumar posted a solid 67 to win the A- grade title, followed by Gaffar Ali on 68 and Suren Pillay on 69.

Sanjay Gopal grabbed the B-grade title on 67, veteran Abdul Jalal finished second on 69 and Richard Eyre settle for third position on 70.

Arvind Pillay maintained his fine form to easily notch the C-grade title on 70 followed by Alen Qiokata on 72 and Steven Leger on 73.

Roneel Prakash scored a four-under par 65 to clean out the professional category.

Sydney golfer Roland Singh won the visitors category on 72.

Abdul Jalal won the nearest to pin (NTP) on the second hole with Ashneel Kumar on the ninth hole. James Leger hit the longest drive on the thired hole.

Other results: Vinesh Murthi, Lawrence Naidu, Senitiki Cakau, Neil Naro - 69. Paapi Singh, Prem Chand, Pritam Singh, Abinesh Goundar - 71. Dr. Vimal Murthi, Sunia Radovu, Daven Mudaliar, Manwal Ajay- 72. Anthony John, Anil Kumar, Tevita Drauniniu, Josese Wara - 73.

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