NORTHERN rugby supporters will get a glimpse of secondary schools rugby at national level when the Tier Two finals will be played at Labasa's Subrail Park. The Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union has decided to move the finals to the north. This was confirmed by FSSRU president Paula Motu. He said the northern teams have been travelling for the past years and it was time the Viti Levu teams went to the north. Motu said this would boost the level of competition in Vanua Levu.
THE victorious Ba team did not have a celebration on Sunday night after winning the Battle of the Giants tournament via penalty shoot out against Labasa. However, the players were advised to visit their families and loved ones whom they had missed for the past two weeks while in camp preparing for the tournament.
THREE teams from Viti Levu and the Saint John's College rugby under-15 team will travel to the north for the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union Tier Two semi-finals at Subrail Park in Labasa. The Nadroga-Navosa Provincial School U16, Cuvu College U17 and the Sila Central High School U18 side will play against Savusavu Secondary School, Saint Bedes and Labasa College respectively.
THIS year's Sigatoka Bilibili Race will mark the 28th year of existence for the event. The bilibili race has been an annual event for hotel workers as they look forward to October 10 for the much-anticipated event of the year. It is more of a team bonding exercise.
RESCUE 2012 will be Fiji's first international competition in an international lifesaving event. Rescue 2012 will be held in Adelaide, South Australia, from November 7-18 and is open to all proficient lifesavers around the world. It is a newly-introduced sport in the country and Fiji is invited to be part of the event. The Fiji Surfing Association, in partnership with Surf Life Saving Australia sees Fiji's participation in this event as a developmental step in building greater awareness of water safety and lifesaving practice in Fiji.