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Christal Kapoor wins Best Research topic award in Vodafone Sugar Festival

Christal Kapoor wins Best Research topic award in Vodafone Sugar Festival

By Iva Danford
Sunday 22/09/2019
Miss Formscaff, Christal Kapoor [Photo: Facebook]

Miss Formscaff, Christal Kapoor has won the Best Research topic award in the Vodafone Sugar Festival which is currently underway.

The 24-year-old’s research topic was based on Suicide Prevention.

You can also call Lifeline Fiji on the toll free number 132454 if you need help.

Seven contestants are vying for the crown this year.

The other contestants are Adi Asenaca Erevou ‑ Miss Harmony Security, Mere Ratu - Miss Lautoka City Council, Christal Kapoor- Miss Formscaff, Litiana Nasilasila - Miss Wilderness Amusement and Rides, Nagma Naicker ‑ Miss Lautoka Club, Fazleen Ali - Miss Pacific Energy and Simran Kumar- Miss Sparky’s Electric.

The Queen’s first public judging will be done on Tuesday and the Queen’s Talent night is on Wednesday.

The Miss Vodafone Sugar Festival Queen will be crowned on

Saturday night.

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