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Bowling battle

Pravin Narain
Wednesday, November 08, 2017

THE teams are battling for a top finish in the Suva Bowling Club Five Squares sponsored-business house bowling competition.

Club manager Diwan Chand said teams were impressive.

"The business house bowling is underway at the Suva Bowling Club greens. This is the second round of business house bowling for the season with sixteen teams that are taking part in the competition," Chand said.

"The games are played every evening on Thursday's starting from 6pm so that we allow workers time off from their work to indulge in some physical activity and promote wellness and healthy living."

Chand said Fiji Development Bank, Market Development, United Club and FASANOC were very impressive in the competition,

"After two rounds of matches FDB, Market Development, United Club, and FASANOC leads with six points each," he said.

"Another four rounds of game would be played before the competition ends.

"It is still a long way as teams are battling it out."

The winner will get $400 while the runners-up will settle for $300.

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