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Emoni Narawa
Thursday, October 04, 2012



ALL interested women are invited to attend training sessions every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3.30pm to 5.30pm at Albert Park nets. For more information, contact Ruci Kaiwai on 3304711 or Joana Lesianawai on 7071545.



THE City Steelers tournament will be held at the Multi-purpose Courts in Lautoka on November 10. Entry fees: $80. Contact Tima Bouwalu 9786021, Lolo Sisilia 7529448 Ema Yalayala 9323859. Prize: $500 (main), $450 (men's and mix).

Coral Coast

THE Quality Rentals Coral Coast Netball 7s tournament will be held on October 20 at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka. Only First 16 teams will be accepted and registration fee is $60 to be paid by October 16. Winner $500, runner-up $250 and losing semi-finalists $100 each, best player $50. There will also be prizes for the oldest and youngest player. Contact Judy 9949410.

Shine On

THE KBL-sponsored Shine On tournament will be held at the Multi-purpose Courts in Lautoka on November 17. Registration fees: $100. The first 25 teams will be accommodated. Contact Josifini 9916363, Joji 9990263, 7593141.

Mixed tournament

THE Vinx Joinery/Epic Logistics Mixed Netball tournament will be held at Lawaqa on October 20. Registration fees is $50 and first eight teams will be accepted. Winner gets $300, runner-up $200 and losing semi-finalists $75 each and best player $50. Contact Gabby on 9344826, 7275067 or 3232067.

Suva Men's and Mixed

THE trials for the Suva Men's and Mixed Netball will be held at the USP Gym on Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm. All interested players are welcome to attend. The Fiji men's and mixed netball IDC will be held on Saturday, October 27 in Suva. Contact Gabby on 9344826.

Tailevu Men's and Mixed

DAILY training for all Tailevu Men's and Mixed Netball Association players at the Sila Central High School multi-purpose courts from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Please be prompt as we have limited time for our training. FMMNA IDC is scheduled for October 27.


Adi Salusalu 7s

THE Ba Provincial Adi Salusalu Sevens will be held on November 2-3 at Nadovu Park in Lautoka. First 48 teams for the cup competition and entry fee of $200 will be accommodated. Contact Sekove Tuilakeba on 7081490, Jerry Sovanatabua on 9242535 or Mataiasi Nabau on 9915016 for further details.

Nabua Mini 7s

THE Nabua Rugby Club will organise a 7s tournament on October 10 at the Ratu Sukuna Memorial School grounds. The first 16 teams to pay registration fee of $150 will be accommodated. Winner gets $1000, runner-up get $400, plate winner gets $150 and plate runner-up gets $50. Registration closes on October 8. Contact Usaia Ravono on 8786841, Joji Navonu on 9453567 or Solomoni Ravono on 7292431 or 3384382.


ALL 2012 Nadi Rugby Union players including the under-20 squad members are requested to attend training at Prince Charles Park ground two at 5pm in preparation for upcoming 7s tournaments. Contact secretary/manager Noa Neivalu 8779469.

Veivatuloa Parish 7s

THE Fiji Bitter Veivatuloa Parish 7s will be held at Thomson Park in Navua tomorrow and Saturday.


Ground 1: 8am Nakavika-Waiqa; 8:15 Tuvutau 1-Redrock 2; 8:30 Veivatuloa 1-Tavuki Kadavu; 8:45 Wardens Gold Altar Boys; 9am 4C Deuba-Wainiyabia Babas; 9:15 Lomary Old Boys-Navua Pumas; 9:30 Shamrock Rugby-St John The Cross; 9:45 Qilai Babas-Lami Steelers; 10am Nakavika 1-Police 1 Suva; 10:15 Tuvutau 1-St Peter Lobau; 10:30 Veivatuloa 1-Uprising; 10:45 Warden Gold-Naivinivini Tigers; 11am Waiqa-4C Deuba; 11:15 Redrock 2- Lomary Old Boys; 11:30 Tavuki Kadavu- Shamrock Rugby; 11:45 Alta Boys- Qilai Babas; 12noon Nakavika 1-Wainiyabia Babas; 12:15 Tuvutau 1- Navua Pumas; 12:30 Veivatuloa 1- St John The Cross; 12:45 Warden Gold-Lami Steelers; 1pm Waiqa- Police 1 Suva; 1:15 Redrock 2- St Peter Lobau; 1:30 Tavuki Kadavu- Uprising; 1:45 Alta Boys- Naivinivini Tigers; 2pm Nakavika- 4C Deuba; 2:15 Tuvutau 1- Lomary Old Boys; 2:30 Veivatuloa 1- Shamrock rugby; 2:45 Warden Gold- Qilai Babas; 3pm Waiqa- Wainiyabia Babas; 3:15 Redrock 2- Navua Pumas; 3:30 Tavuki Kadavu- St John The cross; 3:45 Alta Boys-Lami Steelers; 4pm 4C Deuba- Police Suva 1; 4:15 Lomary Old Boys- St Peter Lobau; 4:30 Shamrock Rugby- Uprising; 4:45 Qilai Babas- Naivinivini Tigers; 5:00 Wainiyabia Tigers- Police Suva 1; 5:15 Navua Pumas- St Peter Lobau; 5:30 St John The Cross- Uprising; 5:45 Naivinivini Tigers- Lami Steelers

Ground 2: 8am Nabukavesi- Muanikauna; 8:15 St Michael Nakavu- Veisari Tornadoes; 8:30 Namuamua- Tuvutau 2; 8:45 Redrock 1- Debua; 9am Lami Parish Youth- Nasikawa; 9:15 Nakavika 2- Wardens Green; 9:30 Chris Jyati Ashram- RKSOB; 9:45 Navua Tigers- Veivatuloa 2; 10am Nabukavesi- Lami Parish Youth; 10:15 Veisari Tornadoes- Nakavika 2; 10:30 Tuvutau 2- Chris Jyati Ashram; 10:45 Deuba- Veivatuloa 2; 11am Nabukavesi- Nasikawa; 11:15 Veisari Tornadoes- Wardens Green; 11:30 Tuvutau 2- Covenant Brothers; 11:45 Navua Tigers- Nakorowaiwai Babas; 12noon Nasikawa - Muanikauna; 12:15 Baravi Brothers- Wardens Green; 12:30 RKSOB- Covenant Brothers; 12:45 Deuba-Nakorowaiwai Brothers; 1:00 Muanikauna- Lami Parish Youth; 1:15 Baravi Brothers- Nakavika 2; 1:30 Namuamua- Covenant Brothers; 1:45 Redrock 1- Nakorowaiwai Babas; 2pm Nabukavesi- Baravi Koogers; 2:15 St Michael Nakavu- Baravi Brothers; 2:30 Namuamua- RKSOB; 2:45 Redrock 1- Navua Tigers; 3pm Lami parish Youth- Baravi Koogers; 3:15 Veisari Tornadoes- Baravi Brothers; 3:30 Chrish Jyati Ashram- Covenant Brothers; 3:45 veivatuloa 2- Nakorowaiwai Brothers; 4pm Muanikauna- Baravi Koogers; 4:15 St Michael Nakavu- Wardens Green; 4:30 Namuamua- Chris Jyati Ashram; 4:45 Redrock 1- Veivatuloa 2; 5pm Baravi Koogers- Nasikawa; 5:15 St Michael Nakavu- Nakavika 2; 5:30 Tuvutau 2- RKSOB; 5:45 Deuba- Navua Tigers

Viria 7s

The tournament will be held on October 12 at Viria District School ground. Registration fee is $100 per team and the first 24 teams will be accepted. Winner will get $1000. Prizemoney for with runner-up, losing semi-finalists and plate winner. For more information, contact Selema Roko 9247372, Savenaca 9322097 or Taniela 9811476.



THE National Diwali Snooker Cup tournament will be held at the Nadi Sports Club on November 3-4. Entry fee is $20. Winner gets $200 and Diwali Cup, runner-up gets $100, losing semi-finalists $50 each. Highest break $2 per point over 51 points. No dress code. Entries close on November 1. Contact Vineel on 9300551.



THE Cuvu Volleyball Association will hold its knockout competition on Saturday at the Cuvu College Hard Courts. The men's winner will walk away with $300 and Cakau Trophy while the runner-up gets $200 and the best player gets dinner at the Outrigger Hotel. The women's winner will walk away with $150 plus Cakau Trophy, runner-up gets $100 and the best player gets dinner at Outrigger Hotel. Affiliation fee is $20 for the 2012/2013 season. Teams along the Coral Coast who are interested can contact Jerry Cakau 8648875 or Jella Botei 8648981. Registration and draws will be done at the Cuvu ground.


THE Lautoka Volleyball Association knockout competition will be played at the multi-purpose courts this Saturday. Clubs and business house teams wishing to participate are requested to contact Arthur on 9358900.


All clubs which wish to join the Nadawa Volleyball Association for the season 2012/2013 are welcome. Knock-out will be held on the October 13 at the Babasiga grounds. For more information, contact Leba on 9373873.


THE FBC Suva volleyball games will be held on Saturday at the Laucala Multi-purpose Courts.

Court 1: 9am Cakau-Mighty Heights, 10.35 Marist Red-G2, 12.05pm Marist Blue-Mighty Heights, 1.40pm Tamavua Celtics-Saints, FBC Challenge: 3.20pm Marist Blue-Cakau,

Court 2: 9am: Tamavua Celtics-Qauia, 10.35 Tamavua Bulls-Saints, 12.05pm Qauia-G2, 1.40 Marist Red-Tamavua Bulls.

Court 3: Women's: 10.15am, Eurekas-Marist Saints 1, 11.05 Marist Saints 2-Marist Saints 3, 11.55 Eurekas-Marist Saints 3, 12.45pm Marist Saints 1-Marist Saints 2, 1.35 Eurekas-Marist Saints 2, 2.25 Marist Saints 1-Marist Saints 3, 3.15 Pool winner - Runner Up.

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