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Emoni Narawa
Friday, September 06, 2013



THE Down Under Mining Vatukoula ladies pairs tournament will be played at the Vatukoula Bowling Club this weekend. Contact Semesa Lewai 9353640.


Fiji Golf

THE Goodman Fielder (Fiji) Limited sponsored Friday Chookrun individual stroke (First 9 hole only) event will be held tomorrow at the Fiji Golf Club course in Vatuwaqa. Fee is $5 per member. Tee-off: 1pm onwards. Prize-giving: 6.30pm. The Tappoo Group-sponsored individual stroke club competition will be held tomorrow at the FGC in Vatuwaqa. Fee: $10 per member. Tee-off: 8am - 1.30pm. Prize-giving - 6.30pm


THE Labasa Golf Club is hosting an Ambrose event tomorrow, sponsored by Sigatoka Motors Spares Limited. Reporting time: 1pm and tee off at 1.15. On Sunday, the LGC will host a 18-hole stroke event, sponsored by Sigatoka Motors Spares Ltd. Reporting 8am; Tee-off at 8.30am.


THE Lautoka Golf Club will host the Islands Refrigeration & Electrical Wholesalers 12-hole stroke event in the overall, A, B, C and beginners categories tomorrow. Tee-off: 12.30pm-1.30pm. Starters: Suren Pillay, Gaffar Ali. Cards: Umen Reddy, Jeffery John. Match committee: Vijay Ram, Raymond Singh. Prize presentation: Vijay Ram.


THE Fiji Amateur Foursome will be played at the Nadi Airport Golf Club course on Sunday. Tee-off at 8am. Entry fee: $80 per team (includes lunch and light refreshments). Entries close tomorrow. Contact Amitesh Chandra 9923191 or email to No late entries will be accepted.


THE Sigatoka Electric-sponsored monthly medal will be played at the Nadi Airport Golf Club tomorrow. Tee off: 11am-1pm. Starters: Imran Kauser, Captain Ambika Prasad. Cards: Imran Khan, Balram. Prize presentation: Club Captain Dr A Gani. The Srixon Cleveland Fiji Amateur Foursome Team Championship will be played at Nadi Airport Golf Club on Sunday. Levy $80 per team.



RAINY weather has caused the postponement of this week's club competition.

Koi Yata

THE Koi Yata Netball Tournament will be held tomorrowy at Thomson Park in Navua at 8am. Registration for open women is $70 per team and mixed grade $50 per team. Winner and runner-up take cash prizes and best player male/female gets a surprise. Contact Anei Luke on 9423406 or Kumar 9949410.All Serua/Namosi clubs are welcome for 2014 Season off.


THE Nadroga netball club competition will not be played this week. It will resume next week.


THE Nasinu Netball Awards Night will be held on September 20. Initially the awards night was scheduled for the 28th. Contact Sera Vakaloloma on 9992498 for more information. Ticket holders please pay for your tickets to the treasurer Veronika Sovatabua on 9927162.


FEL 7s

THE Fiji Ex-servicemen League Lautoka branch will hold a 7s tournament at Churchill Park on November 8-9. The first 40 teams will be accommodated. Registration fees: $250. Main winner-$3500, runner-up $800. Prize-money in plate and bowls category as well. There are entry for 16 under-19 teams, eight women's teams and eight Indo-Fijian teams. Registrations close on October 31. Contact: Tui 9744509, 8366718, Isimeli 8656846, Matilda 9322756.


THE Lautoka Rugby Union special general meeting will be held at the RSL Hotel on September 14 starting at 10am. Clubs are requested to send two delegates. Contact: Salesi Vulakoro 9763114.


THE Nadi Rugby Union KK'S Hardware knockout semi-finals will be played at Prince Charles Park tomorrow. Ground One: 10.45am Dratabu-Vunamoli, 12.20pm Momi-Korotabu, 1.55pm Sabeto-Saunaka, 3.30pm Navoci-Gaunavou. Ground Two: 10.45am Navoci-Saioni, 12.20pm Vaturu- Green-Korobebe, 1.55pm Police-Dratabu, 3.30pm Airport-Tovolea. Ground Three: 10.45am Abba-Starwood, 12.20pm Dratabu Green-Vaturu Gold.

New Vision 7s

THE tournament, which was to be held tomorrow at Thomson Park in Navua, has now been shifted to next Saturday as a lot of rugby fans from the area will be travelling to Suva to cheer Namosi in the Farebrother Trophy challenge. Registration is still open with a fee of $200 and can be deposited to Bank of Baroda account 13017. Cup winner $1700, runner-up $800. Prizes for plate and bowl winners. Registration closes next Tuesday. Contact 9369559 for more information.

Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy

Challenge match will be held at the ANZ Stadium tomorrow.

11:30am, MH Red Rock-DHL Raiwaqa (Fulton Hogan Hiways Cup Challenge); 1pm, Suva Development-FMF NFA (Curtain-raiser); 3:30, Fiji Bitter Suva-Namosi (Farebrother Sullivan Cup Challenge)


11am, Service-Navatu Reds; 12.30pm, Vatucere Knights-Nacagicagi; 2, Vatucere-Nakauvadra; 3.30, Senicaucau-Wailevu (Gold Pine Shield Challenge)


THE Suva Rugby Union club games will be played at Suva Grammar School grounds tomorrow.

G1 - 9am, Tovata-Wakanisila (Koroturaga); 10:30, USP-Kalokolevu (Koroturaga)

SGS G2 - 9am, Nabua Maroons-Toorak Blues (Koroturaga); 10:30, Dominio Insurance Lomai Black-Nasinu (Koroturaga)

SGS G3 - 9am, Police White-Hillview (Koroturaga); 10.30, Samabula-Lami Duavata (Koroturaga)

SGS G4 - 9am, Moala Youth-Grammar OB (Koroturaga); 10.30, Covenant-Golden Eagles (Koroturaga)


A friendly match for Naitasiri against Naitasiri North Bulls at Ratu Sukuna Memorial School grounds at 10am and 12noon. Entry fees $2 adult and $1 for children.


THE Fiji Bitter National Rankings Championship starts at the Lautoka Club and South Seas Club tomorrow. A Grade: Pool A-Yogen Prasad, Mohan, Eroni Vaka; Pool B-Praneel Singh, Vineel Nand, Riffat Bhatti; Pool C Jiten Prasad, Suresh Chauhan, Ravinesh Maharaj; Pool D- Mahen Deo, Anup, Ismail Wali; Pool E-Remal Narayan, Ravinesh Naidu, Roheet; Pool F-Deepak Ram, Esala Talebula, Navneil Maharaj; Pool G-Villiame Umu, Nitesh Chand, Philip Gock; Pool H-David Reddy, Virend Prasad, Vinesh Prasad.



THE Lautoka Football Association 2013 local league will be played at Nadovu Park on Sunday.

9am, ASPAP Topline-Natabua FC; MVP United-Why Worry, Andhra FC-Home Boys FC; 10.10, Babu's United-ASPAP Sports; Vitogo Youth-Deshbandhu Vitogo; FC Education-FNU Lautoka; 11.20, Press-Service Sports; Rifle Range-United Sangam; Golf Links United-Rangers; 12.30pm, Tomuka Sports-Banaras; Waiyavi Strikers-Fusion FC; Naikabula Koroipita-MVP United; 1.40, ASPAP Topline-Why Worry; FC Education-Tuivilavila; Andhra FC-Natabua FC; 2.50, Boomerang FC-Burning West; Babu's United-Deshbandhu Vitogo; FNU Lautoka-Natabua Strikers. All fines must be paid before matches. Teams must be present at ground 30 minutes prior to kick-off.


THE Nadi Football League will be held at Prince Charles Park ground two on Sunday.

Super Premier

8.30am, DCA Sports-Best Promotions Nadi Andhra; 9.40, Qeleloa Youth-DTL Malolo Football I; 10.50, Southern Cross-Kings Football; 12.10, Bulaccino United FC-Nalovo Sangam; 1.20, Aries Warriors-Network Builders Blues; 2.30, Solovi Football-Namaka Football I; 3.30, ATMS Australia Eels-Kings Football


Crown's Timber and Hardware-sponsored Navua FA league competition will be held on Sunday at Vashist Muni Primary School ground.

Round 4

9am, Vakabalea FC-Tokotoko FC; 10.10, Waidova Sanatan FC-Jai's Sound System Combine II FC; 11.20, League FC-Calia Eagles FC; 12.30pm, Combine Brothers FC-Calia FC; 1.40, S.Shankar Wainivedio FC-Barbarians FC; 2.50, Naitonitoni Rovers-Cope Construction Sangam Sports club.


THE Suva Football Association Local League will be played on Sunday.

Buckhurst Park - 10am, Army-Police (SP); 11:15, Port Villa-Professional Securities Civic (SP); 12.30, USP-Khana Khazna Combine (SP); 1.45, All Freight Logistics Bureta-Wailoku (SP)

Bidesi Park - 10am, Suva Youth-Volandoli (P); 11.15, North Pole-Tacirua (SP); 12.30pm, Balolo-Spirit 2010 (SP); 1.45, Quality Aluminum Samabula-Addisbrough (SP)



The Lautoka Volleyball Association invites interested clubs and business houses to register for the new season. The 2013-2014 season start tomor

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