THE Nadroga Football Association will have a special general meeting on Sunday to discuss the 2011 financial report after which the fifth council meeting will be held.
Association president Dr Dhiren Lal said during the meeting all defunct and inactive members would be removed from their posts.
"Some people have taken up posts but are just warming seats and not doing any real work so we will ask the council for their expulsion from the Board of Council," Dr Lal said.
Fiji's Rugby House has been under repair for a while now. Renovation works on the exterior of the building located along Gordon St has been quite evident.
A fresh coat of paint compliments of Pacific Coating Limited will be applied to the building by next month. Keeping the tradition intact, the Rugby House will remain white and black.
The official paint brand is Dulux.
Fiji's top female judoka, Sisilia Nasiga will not be competing in the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Her last chance at her third Olympics was via invitation of the International Judo Federation however the final three spots were awarded to judokas from Italy, Canada and Finland.
Fiji's top male judoka, Josateki Naulu is the lone representative of the Oceania in this year's Olympics.
THE Fiji Football Association will be carrying out an investigation on a local match where a total of 19 goals were scored.
Tailevu North lost 1-18 to Nasinu in a pool match of the Premier Division of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League last weekend at the Rishikul College grounds in Nasinu.
Nathan Kumar and Navinesh Akash scored five goals each while Praneel Chand and Nareba managed to grab a brace each.
Usaia Bale, Mohammed Faizal, Anish Kumar and Robert Nair scored a goal each. Krishneel Kumar scored the lone goal for Tailevu North.
Women in sport
As part of its effort to help increase women's participation at various levels of sports,
FASANOC's Women in Sport Commission (WISC) will be holding a capacity building program next month focusing on ‘Effective Communication for better performances- a leadership and administration workshop series.'
The aim of the workshop is to assist women in sports leadership/administration, sporting organizations, national federations and individuals to enable effective communication, both internal and external for better performances in various aspects of their sports administration and development.
CENTRAL College will be out to maintain its unbeaten run against Natabua High School when the two teams clash during Lautoka Secondary Schools Rugby Union under-18 final tomorrow.
The Central College team with Lautoka Crushers rugby league player Eneri Ratudradra has dominated the clash between the two sides.
Central College defeated Natabua in pool play. Earlier this year Central College beat Natabua in the final of the Fiji Secondary School Rugby League competition.
The LSSRU finals will be held at the Natabua High School grounds.