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Rashneel Kumar
Friday, January 25, 2013



THE Athletics Fiji weekly competition continues tomorrow at Cathedral Secondary School ground. Program - 9.30am: 1500m - U16, U18, U20, Open; 10: 50 U10, U12; 10.15: 100m - U14, U16, U18, U20, Open, Long Jump - U16, U18, U20, Open; 10.30: 400m - U16, U18, U20, Open; 11: 800m - U16, U18, U20, Open; 11.30: 200m - U14, U16, U18, U20, Open; 12pm: 4x100m - relays - U14, U16, U18, U20, Open



ALL interested clubs who want to participate in the Suva competition for the 2013 season, please contact Leonard Whippy 9464573. Season starts at the end of the month.


THE Raiwaqa Basketball Association SKYTEC club league will be held from February 2 to March 16. All interested clubs are to contact Eroni Cinavilakeba on 8320269 or Peniasi Kainamoli on 9991811.



THE following games of the Suva Cricket Association round 2 competition will be played tomorrow at Albert Park in Suva: AP 1: 8.30am Moce-Novotel VICC, 11.30 HMT Army-TKG Yadrana (Challenge), 2.30pm BSP Titans-Green Energy Oneata. AP 2: 8.30am Westpac Sarafui-Grammar Old Boys, 11.30 Moce II-Ono. Bye: Police.



THE Lautoka Golf Club will host the Design Engineering (Fiji) Limited-sponsored Prophet Mohammed's birthday celebration 18-holes stroke Western Open Championships on Monday next week. Tee-off: 9am-10am. Starters: Suren Pillay/Gaffar Ali. Cards: Abdul Khan/Umen Reddy. Match: Vijay Ram/Raymond Singh. Prize presentation: Abdul Khaiyum. Fully financial members intending to serve the 2013 executive committee may lodge in their nominations for the following positions: President, Captain, Vice-captain, Secretary, Treasurer and Committee (4). Nomination forms available from Vijay Ram on 9925637 and Raymond Singh on 6668188. Nominations close on Sunday February 10.


THE 2013 Summer Cup Sponsored by Rotomould (Fiji) Ltd will be played in all grades for five weeks at the Nadi Airport Golf Club January 26 to February 23. Points system: 1st 10 points, 2nd 7 points, 3rd 5 points, 4th 3 points. Attendance will be 3 points. Tee off: 11am to 1pm. Starters: Balram, C.S Pillay. Cards: Captain Ambika Prasad, Amitesh Chandra. Presentation: Dr Abdul Gani.



TRAINING for the 15's season starts daily 5pm at the British American Tobacco Grounds. All interested players wishing to play for the Nabua Rugby team are All Welcome to attend. For queries can contact Head Coach Jim Malumu on 7639511 or the Assistant Coach Misaele Tabua on 7082160 and also the Club Secretary Tunaulu Ravoka on 9511434.


A MEETING and soli for the former Nadi reps will be held at Nawaka Village today from 7pm. Contact: Penisoni Waki 9293857.

Naitasiri U20

THE Naitasiri Rugby Union under-20 trials will be held tomorrow at 8am at the Ram Lakhan Park in Samabula. All previous U20 players along with the interested U19 and U18 are also invited. Also interested players are invited. For more information contact Digitaki Levaci 7073265 and Atu 8360390.


THE following players have been nominated to be part of the Namosi Rugby training squad in preparation for the upcoming 2013 Digicel Cup competition.

Mosese Koroi-Police, Etuate Nete-Nakavu, Ilai Tinai-Warden, Joji Raqamate-Warden, Semesa Takirua-Police, Niko Coroivuka-Nakavu, Lepani Botia-Warden, Iosefo Waqavanua-Namuamua, Malaki Saudromu-Nabukavesi, Leo Naikasau-Warden, Jone Vota-Warden, Ratu Vio-Naraiyawa, Simione Nakuna-Nabukavesi, Kasimiro Tiritabua-Lobau, Sakiusa Nadruku-Warden, Risiate Tadulala-Warden, Simione Mekemeke-Police, Lasaro Qarasaumaki-Navunikabi, Richard Wise-Police, Joeli Tuberi-Warden, Sakeasi Ravutugaga-Warden, Aca Naituivau-Warden, Vaione-Warden, Vetero Suiniika-Police, Sowane Saurewa-Warden, Sulio Dakuwaqa-Police, Iakobo-Police, Viliame Rogose-Warden, Atumaiono-Warden, Sailosi Naiteqe-Warden, Seniyasi-Warden, Aisake Batikado-Namuamua, Asesela Sumaki-Police, Matai Tuberi-Warden, Kaminieli-Veivatuloa.

Coaches and managers from all clubs are to submit two more names from their club to be part of the NRU training squad 2013. NOTE: ALL clubs that wish to be affiliated with the Namosi Rugby Union for 2013 are to contact 9385600,9905076 or 9905095 no later than January 25.



ALL Interested clubs in the Lami and Delainavesi area, who want to participate in the Lami Women's Soccer Competition for the 2013 season, please contact Ana on 9422405 or Vika on 9253981 or Kuini on 8692852. Season starts end of February 2013. Also all registered Lami players that played in the IDC 2012, training at Albert Park from 5pm every Tuesday and Thursday. New players welcome to join.

National League

THE following games will be played this weekend.

Saturday (January 26) Prince Charles Park, Nadi- 11.30am Nadi U21-Ba U21, 1.30pm Suva-Rewa, 3.30 Nadi-Ba; Sunday: Lawaqa Park, Sigatoka - 11.30am Nadroga U21-Lautoka U21, 1.30pm Navua-Tavua, 3.30 Nadroga-Lautoka; CVC - Monday: Churchill Park, Lautoka - 3pm Ba-Suva


THE Nasinu Football Association AGM will be held at Nasinu Sangam Primary School on January 27 at 10am. All new and existing clubs to be present at the AGM. For more information, contact Shaneel Maharaj 9236440.


NAVUA FC annual general meeting has been postponed for further notice. For more information contact Secretary Ashwin on 9207831.


RAKIRAKI FA AGM will be held at the Penang High School on January 28 at 10am. Contact Shaneel Chandra on 9311667 for more information.

7-a-side soccer

TRUE Automative Spares 7-a-side soccer (open category) will be held at Meigunyah Muslim School on January 27 and 28. Entry fee is $50. Winner gets trophy plus $350 while runner-up trophy and $150. Semi-finalists $50. Under-21 cartegory on January 26 with entry fee $20. Winner trophy $30 and runner-up trophy $20. SPEEDWING Football Club of Nasinu is hosting a 7-a-side soccer tournament at Rishikul College grounds on Monday, January 28 from 8am. Winner gets $150 while runner-up $50. Trophy for semi-finalists. Contact Ashir 8632379 or Raju 9413152 for more information.



THE competition continues tomorrow at Eagles Court tomorrow.

Juniors: Sharks - Snipers, Gambling - Red beards; Men's - Red beard 2 - Snipers, Gambling City 1 - Blacks 1, Blacks 2 - Rebels, Red beard 1 - Pulse, Red-light - Gambling 2. Women: all women are to be at the court today for team briefing and friendly match. Friendly matches: Raiwaqa, Nadonumai, Vatuwaqa & Raiwai after the club games. Kati beer after the game. Duty officials: Solo, Gade, Semi & Peni. There will be a tournament next week 2nd February at Raiwai, $50 entry fees and the first 16 teams will be accommodated. Prizemoney at stake. For more information contact Ben - 7024771, Solo - 7677360 or Maika 7364729


THE FBC Suva Volleyball Association Circuit 3 games will be held at the LICI Multipurpose Courts tomorrow. Court 1: Super Premier - 9.00am-10.00am: Marist Blue-Cakau, 10-11: Marist Red-Saints, 11-12pm: Celtics 1-Qauia 1, 12pm-1pm: Tamavua Bulls-G2, 1-2: Legal Patriot-Celtics 2 (FBC Premier Challenge), 2-3: Marist Red-Marist Blue (FBC Super Premier Challenge), 3-4: Celtics 1-Cakau, 4-5: G2-Qauia 1; Court 2: Premier - 9am-10am: Sharks 1-Taurus, 10-11: Sharks 2-Toba 1, 11-12pm: Legal Patriot-Taurus, 12pm-1pm: Sharks 1-Qauia 2, 1-2: Sharks 2-Toba 2, 2-3: Qauia 2-Toba 1, 3-4: Tamavua Bulls-Saints; Court 3 - (Premier& Women's) - 9am-10am: Celtics 2-Toba 2, 10-11: Delta-Reef, 11-12pm: Highlanders-Qauia, 12pm-1pm: Reef-Highlanders, 1pm-2pm: Delta-Qauia.


THE USPIVA weekly competition continues tomorrow at the Fiji Sports Council Netball Centre in Laucala.

9am Women Chips 1-Chips 2, 10 Women Veiyanuyanu-Rockets, 11 Women Bull Dogs-Topline 1. 12pm Women Chips 1-Ohana Divas, 1 Men Chips 2-Topline 2, 2 Men Jammers-Chips 1. Team on Duty- Veiyanuyanu Men, Teams on bye - Men Y2 and Veiyanuyanu. All teams that are not in the draws will have to contact the USPIVA Commi

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