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Game format change

Maciu Malo
Sunday, February 09, 2014

FRU games committee chairman Mosese Taga submitted a new game format for this year to be later decided by the union delegates.

In his submission at the special AGM in Nadi yesterday Taga has included a competition for development provincial teams

He submitted for all unions to register 30 senior players, 30 development players and 40 under-20 players before the commencement of the provincial competition.

Provincial competition will be known as the Vodafone Cup and will kick off in April.

FRU chairman Filimoni Waqabaca said one area that needed to be addressed was the game format.

"The games committee have introduced new format and this needs to be discussed further with the unions before it is adopted."

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