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Rain stops basketball

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, February 09, 2014

THE Lautoka Basketball League round two club competition will be completed next Saturday.

This is after Friday's scheduled games at the multipurpose courts were washed out because of heavy rain.

Blue Devils with national triallist Donald Chang are the top seed in the men's division. The side will take on Trojans.

Lautoka Basketball League secretary Jale Vunisa said Shine On was crowned the winner of the women's round two competition last week.

Vunisa said the Shine On team had pulled out of the competition since then.

"The Shine On team faced problems with some other clubs," he said.

"The round three competition for the women's division will commence next week."

Meanwhile Shine On official Joji Lagi said the team would be joining the Nadi competition soon.

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