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Compiled By Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, November 14, 2012

GOLF

Mixed foursomes Nadi

SRIXON Cleveland-sponsored Fiji amateur men's foursomes to be played at Nadi Airport Golf Club over 36 holes on November 25. Entry fee is $50 per team and includes lunch. Entry closes on November 20. Contact west delegate Sanjay Krishna for registration on 8338 639 or tournament director Munesh Prasad on 9994 358. Strictly no late entries will be accepted as field limited to 30 teams only.

NETBALL

Provincial Games

ALL those interested in representing their province in the 2012 Provincial Games Netball Tournament on November 23-24 are to contact Fiji Sports Council on 3312177 or 9928514 for registration.

Lomaiviti

THE Lomaiviti Sports Club (Lautoka) all present and intending members please contact aunty Va/aunty Ala for information on off season netball and volleyball teams. Lautoka Netball Association break up will be held at Lautoka Club on Saturday, November 17. It will be a potluck dinner. Contact Tima 9786021 or Lo 6242560/9368498.

Shine On

THE KBL-sponsored Shine On Netball Tournament will be held on November 17 at the multipurpose courts in Lautoka. Only the first 24 open grade teams to register will qualify. Entry fees: $100 per team. Prizes: Winner $500, runner-up $300, losing semi-finalists $100 each. Men's netball team entry fee: $80. Prize: Winner $350, runner-up $100. Contact: Josifini Lagi 9916363/7808771 or 6700133 ext. 131. Joji Lagi 9990263/7593141/6663611.

Yarawa

THE Nur Ahmed Yarawa netball tournament will be held at Thomson Park in Navua on November 17. The first 16 teams will be accommodated with an entry fee of $80. Winner pockets $300, runner-up gets $150. Contact Kini on 9924922 for more information.

RUGBY

Kuata 7s

The New Beginning Kuata 7s tournament will be held in Nadroga on December 1. Registration fees is $250 with invitation to 24 teams. Cup prizemoney $2000, runners up $1000, losing semi-finalists $225 each. Prizes also for plate winner, runner up and losing semi-finalists. Contact Ilimeleki Lavuavua 7194458, Maleli Kunavore 7822054 or Sitiveni Tikoirewa 7015186.

Bure 7s

THE tournament will be held on November 24 at Suva Primary School grounds. Only 32 teams will be accommodated. Registration fees is $150. Cup winner walks away with $1000 while runner-up $500. Semi-finalist gets $75 each. Plate winner gets $300, runner-up 200. Bowl winner gets $200, runner-up gets $150 while semi-finalists get $50. Registration closes November 21. Contact Wame on 8640604 for more information.

Burebasaga District School 7s

THE Burebasaga District School 7s will be held at the school grounds in Rewa on November 30 to December 1. Registration fee is $160 per team. First 32 teams will be accommodated. Closing date for registration is November 26. Cup winner gets $1,200 while the runners-up pocket $500. Other prizes will be at stake as well. Contact master George Seruiratu on 9777018 or master Jone Turaganiqali on 9300957 or 3632120

Burebasaga Tikina 7s

THE tournament will be held on Saturday, November 24 at Burebasaga District School grounds in Rewa. Only 16 teams with a first come, first serve basis will be accommodated. Registration fee is $150. Cup winner receives $1000. Registration closes on November 20. Contact Lemeki Cirikoverata 9374133/ 3605958 for more information.

CBM Vancouver

THE CBM Vancouver 7s will be held at Ratu Ganilau Park in Savusavu on November 22-24. A total prizemoney of $20,000 is at stake with $400 registration fees per team. Winner gets $10,000, runners-up gets $2500. Losing semi-finalist gets $500 each; plate winner wins $2000, runner-up gets $1200, losing semi-finalists gets $400 each; bowl winner wins $1000, runners-up gets $600, shield winner pockets $500 and runners-up gets $400. First 32 teams will be accommodated. Contact Eliki Gonelevu on 8492 521 for more information.

Yarawa 7s

THE Nur Ahmed Yarawa 7s tournament will be held at Thomson Park in Navua on November 16-17. The first 48 teams will be accommodated with an entry fee of $200 which will be due on November 9. Cup winner pockets $2000, runner-up gets $900, plate winner wins $600, runner-up $450, bowl winner walks away with $350, runner-up $300. Contact Sakiusa Vasukoro on 9078 182, Ilimo on 9481020 or Eneriko on 9189 986 for more information.

SOCCER

Penalty shoot in

IN aid of Shavneel Praveen Chand, the meet will be held at Shashis Shopping Centre Sakoca in Tacirua on November 17 at 7pm. Entry fee is $3 per team. Winner gets one male goat and trophy while runners-up receives one carton beer. For more information contact Raj on 8420521.

VOLLEYBALL

Lautoka

THE Lautoka Volleyball Association club games will be held at the multipurpose courts tomorrow (Thursday) from 5pm. Teams are requested to be at the venue at 4.30pm. Court 3: Texas 1-Blue Reef, Teachers-Flames 1, Army Wives-Islanders, Texas 2-Flames 2, Texas 1-Flames 1, Texas 2-Islanders, Flames 2-Teachers, Army Wives-Blue Reef. Court 4: FSC Eagles 1-Texas 2, FSC Eagles 2-Texas 1, Teachers-FSC Eagles 1, FSC Eagles 1-FSC Eagles 2, Texas 1-Texas 2, Teachers-Texas 1. Court fee: $10 per team. Contact: Sia 9296366, Jim 8312687.


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