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New clubs join Nadi women's volleyball

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, February 08, 2013

TWO new women's clubs have joined the Nadi Volleyball Association weekly competition.

The clubs are Wild Cats from Waqadra and Koroivulu.

The NVA club games will resume at the Airports Fiji Limited hard courts in Namaka tomorrow.

NVA vice president Dan Vakadranu said they expected all the teams from last year to confirm their participation in the competition.

"Our teams are preparing for the Vanua Challenge in Suva," Vakadranu said.

"As for the club games, it gets underway on Saturday. There has been a break with the Western Rally Championship taking precedence.

"We are requesting all the clubs to regroup and show their full support like last year.

" Two new clubs Wild Cats and Koroivulu will join the competition," Vakadranu said.

"The club games will run through until Easter.

"The aim is to finish the season with a knockout competition.

"After that we will try and implement some off-season activities.

"We will be looking at staging clinics for the players and match officials.

"The committee will draw up an off-season program."

Nadi One and Nadi Two will feature in the men's division during the Vanua Challenge while Nadi One will play in the women's division.


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