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Sugar City to start season

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, January 06, 2014

THE Lautoka Volleyball Association will open its 2014 season with a knockout tournament at the multipurpose courts on Saturday.

The knockout tournament will attract the leading clubs in the Sugar City.

Saffron, Liberty, Sky Hawks and Tribe will be the title contenders in the men's division.

Flames and Unique will be the clubs to beat in the women's division.

Lautoka Volleyball Association president Timoci Gukisuva urged the clubs to come out in full force for the opening season event.

Gukisuva said regular club games would be held in the lead-up to the annual Western Rally Championship at the end of the month.

"Lautoka is ready to host the Western Rally Championship," he said.

"We expect a big number of clubs to play under our banner this year. The knockout will set the pace. The squad training will also resume next week."

The Lautoka knockout competition will begin at 10am. Topline is the defending champion for the Western Rally Championship.








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