Sports News in Brief
THE Bargain Box Fiji Limited women's Inter District Championship has had a poor turnout despite there being free entry. Certainly a lot needs to be done by the Fiji Football Association to create the awareness of women's football in the country.
THE sudden heavy down-pour forced the Lautoka players and officials to abandon their camp at Govind Park for a short while after the roof began leaking. Lautoka is one of the four teams that have been given the changing rooms at Govind Park as accommodation. While the players found it amusing coach Sere Nalulu said being housed in a change room with leaking rooms was a major concern. The other teams camping in the change rooms are Suva, Tavua and Ba.
THE teams participating in the tournament provided the entertainment during day two yesterday. There was a lot of cheer for Labasa, the lone side from the Northern Division.
THE ball boys were present for day two of the competition after there weren't any in the opening round on Friday. However, they went missing a soon as it rained during the Rewa versus Nadroga match, leaving the players to retrieve the ball themselves.
THE Saint Johns personnel were kept busy during the tournament treating the players who were injured.