Nadesan wins HSBC 5-Club Golf Tourney

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By: Shamseer Jaleel

Colombo, Dec. 8 (Daily Mirror) - HSBC Sri Lanka concluded its annual 5-Club Stableford Golf Tournament which was held for the 27th year at the RCGC.

The tournament which was oversubscribed this year brought together over 230 avid golfers all RCGC members and many of them HSBC customers to showcase their skills and compete for the overall challenge trophy.

This year, HSBC also extended the privilege to win the overall trophy to all participating categories including Ladies’ and Seniors supporting inclusivity in golf.

Nadesan Krishnakumar was the overall winner of the tournament and winner in the ‘C’ Division.

Gehan Siribaddana won the ‘A’ Division and Min Kyu Lee won the ‘B’ Division. Gnei Jehan Lye won the Ladies’ category and Lal Dias was the winner in the Seniors’ category.

Full list of winners: 5-Club overall winner: Nadesan Krishnakumar (45 points). Winner ‘A’ Division: Gehan Siribaddana (36 points). Winner ‘B’ Division: Min Kyu Lee (43 points). Winner ‘C’ Division: Nadesan Krishnakumar (45 points). Winner Seniors: Lal Dias (38 points). Winner Ladies’: Gnei Jehan Lye (44 points). Runner-up ‘A’ Division: Chanaka Perera (35 points). Runner-up ‘B’ Division: Ravi Liyanage (41 points). Runner-up ‘C’ Division: Mustaq Fuad (40 points). Runner-up Seniors: Lanka Santha (35 Points B/B 9). Runner-up Ladies’: Deepani Gamage (40 points). Closest to the pin on the 13th hole: Gehan Siribaddana. Longest and most accurate drive on the eighth hole: Pavithra Fernando. 


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