NASINU Netball Association officials met last night to finalise the date for their awards night. The Fiji Gold-sponsored Association was scheduled to host the event later this month but the date was moved forward. Later it was announced the awards had been postponed till further notice. The new date is expected to be confirmed today.
LABASA lad Roy Krishna will make his debut for the Auckland City side against Western Springs in a pre-season match today. The former Waitakere United player signed for Auckland earlier this month. Western Springs coach Neil Emblen, a former Waitakere United player and coach spoke highly of Krishna. "Roy is a fantastic player and a smart signing by City," Emblen told Yahoo Sport NZ. "Roy has pace, aggression, intelligence and a great touch and finish off both feet."
Exciting matches are lined up in today's Business House Hockey League competition at the National Hockey Centre. Aliz Pacific will face Celtrock in the Ministry of Health plate final at 6.30pm. At 7pm Chow will face FMF in the MH Cup final and FBC will take on FASANOC in the placing playoff match. At 7.30pm ANZ will battle with Grid in the FHF Cup final while SPC will face Fiji TV in the shield final. Westpac and Goodman Fielder face off in the Bowl final at 8pm and BSP will play FASANOC.
FIJI'S first ever female only surfing development day organised by the Fiji Surfing Association was held last weekend at Natadola Beach in perfect conditions. The Girls Go Surfing weekend had a record 50 participants — the oldest being 48 years old and youngest 10. The biggest contingent came from Suva, most of them arriving in a group bus.