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Mithun Perera wins 2018 RCGC Open after sudden death playoff


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A large group of spectators was treated to a rare sudden death playoff at the 2018 RCGC Open when the top two contenders, Mithun Perera and Anura Rohana, were tied at 277 at the end of the 72-hole, four-round tournament, which Perera went on to win. 

The other players who rounded out the top five of the competition, which was sponsored for the second successive year by Altair, were K. Prabagaran, N. Thangaraja and Sachin De Silva who finished with scores of 285, 286 and 287 respectively in the stroke play contest played out over four days.

 


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