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Squash starts new competition

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, June 19, 2013

THE Squash Fiji annual business house league is set to start next week.

The competition which will run for six weeks is expected to see more than 60 players participating.

Squash Fiji president Ravi Singh said they were anticipating an exciting competition this year.

"We are in for the big league this time as we mould our current group of young and enterprising players to represent Fiji in upcoming international events such as the South Pacific Cup in Norfolk Islands this October, the 2014 championships in New Zealand and Australia and the 2015 PNG Pacific Games," he said.

Singh said eight companies had confirmed sponsorship for the business house league in Suva.

He said they were also hoping to stage a competition at Northern Club, Lautoka.

"The Suva competition will be played at Defence Club, Metro Fitness and Victoria Courts in two pools on a round robin format," Singh added.


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