SPECTATORS can be part of the 2012 LICI Pacific Netball Series (PNS) farewell dinner at the Vineyard Palace tonight.
Fourteen course meal will be served with the Police Jazz Group providing the entertainment during the dinner, which starts at 7.30pm.
Of course all these come with a cost - a ticket to the dinner will cost you (only) $30.
Those interested can get their tickets from the Netball Fiji office at the Vodafone Arena.
FORMER netball reps turned up in numbers to back the national side in their do-or-die encounter against Samoa yesterday.
Serewaia Vonolagi and former U21 player Cecilia Sorby, who is the non-travelling reserve of the national side, were seen helping the side before their clash.
Some other notable sports personalities present during the match includes Fiji under-20 rugby coach Sale Sorovaki and former 7s and Suva rep Saiasi Fuli.
FIJI fans hardly bring banners with something wacky written on it to support any national side. Yesterday a couple were seen holding their banners during the PNS.
One of the banners reading ‘Go MJ' was specifically made for Maria Lutua, who was brilliant in goal attack (GA).
MJ stands for Maria Josephine, which (MJ) is her nickname.
On the job
THE Fiji Sports Council workers were all over the court at the breather with the tapes to ensure the markings on the court was visible.
Vodafone Arena, which was built during the 2003 South Pacific Games, has an international standard court.
Kudos to the FSC workers for maintaining the court.
A GOOD turnout was recorded in Day Two of the PNS yesterday. Similar to the opening day, the spectators came with their cheering sticks and flags to show their support to their respective teams.
Disappointing to see the crowd leaving the venue following Fiji's game.
A handful was left to witness Cook Islands versus PNG match.
COACH Unaisi Rokoura was seen videoing the Cook Islands versus PNG match last night.
Fiji will play Cook Islands today and Rokoura needs to know the flaws of our opponents ahead of the match.
That's the trademark of a successful coach and Rokoura is leaving no stone unturned to make sure she achieves the best for Fiji.
FIJI'S youngest player, Unaisi Rauluni is turning heads at the PNS. The daughter of former Fiji 7s star Vesi Rauluni is only 17-years-old.
Unaisi is part of the Fiji under-21 side preparing for the 2013 World Youth Championship but her superb shooting prowess forced coach Unaisi Rokoura to draft her in the national side.