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Sports Notebook

Rashneel Kumar
Monday, February 17, 2014

FOOTBALL

Navua

THE Navua Sanatan Local League competition for 2014 season registration fee is $50. Interested teams are welcome to join. Contact Sports co-ordinator/director Salesh Autar (Bale) 9533510, president Uma Nand 9996256 or secretary Rajesh Sharma 9219316 for more information.

NETBALL

Suva

THE Suva Netball Association annual general meeting will be held on Saturday, March 1 at the FASANOC boardroom in Oceania House, Flagstaff from 10am. Nominations are for the positions of president, 12 committee members, coach (A, B and U21) and manager (A, B and U21). Contact 9927165 or 9368505 for more information.

Umpires

ALL Fiji netball umpires in Suva, Nausori, Nasinu, Tailevu, Naitasiri, Vatukoula, Ra, Ba, Lautoka, Nadi, Sigatoka, Serua, Navua, Namosi and outer islands, the Fiji Netball Umpires meeting has been scheduled for Saturday, February 22 (10am to 12noon) at FASANOC complex. All umpires are requested to attend this meeting. Call the secretary on 7030143 or the co-ordinator on 9344826 for more information.

RUGBY

Dritabua 7s

THE Dritabua 7s will be held on February 22 at Gatward Park in Korovou. Only first 24 teams will be accepted. Entry fee is $100. Winner gets $1000. Prizes also for plate and bowl winners. Contact Jope 9758391 or Sailasa 8462049.

Martintar

THE Martintar 7s tournament will be played at Prince Charles Park in Nadi from February 28 to March 1. Prizemoney: winner $3000, runner-up $1000. Attractive prizemoney for other categories. Registration fee is $300 per team. There are only 48 places and interested teams are advised to register early to avoid disappointment. Contact Biu Waqaniburotu: 9992444, Aminiasi Marau 9723496, Pita Dovibua 9717488.

Namosi

THE Namosi Rugby Union will be opening its competition for this year with a 10s tournament at Thomson Park, Navua. The competition begins on February 22 and all teams are requested to pay their registration fees of $50. Registration forms are with the Namosi Provincial Council office in Navua. All new teams wishing to join the Namosi Rugby Union are to contact the following persons: Ananaiasa Rokovatunawa 9061897, Sakiusa Veiwili 9905044 and the secretary on 8035534 or e-mail nnaivalurua001@yahoo.com. Could the managers of the following teams confirm their participation - Vunibau, Deuba, Nakavu, Police, Lobau, Mau, Qilai, Nabukavesi, Wainadoi, Veivatuloa, Wardens, Korovisilou, Baravi, Uprising before Saturday.

Naitasiri Samabula zone

ALL interested clubs wishing to participate in the 2014 Naitasiri Rugby Union Samabula club games can contact Madigi 8705252 or Soloveni Koroi 9258848 for registration.

Red Rock 7s

THE Red Rock 7s tournament will be held at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori from February 28 to March 1. Total prizemoney is $10,000. The cup winner walks away with $5000 and also prizes for other categories. We will only accommodate 32 teams that pay their registration fees of $300/per team before February 24. All teams are welcome. Contact Malakai Yamaivava on 9512942/9386928 or Tevita Koroirara on 9313631/9262067 for more details.

TOUCH RUGBY

Nadi

TO anyone or any organisation that is willing to assist in forming Nadi Touch Rugby Association, please contact Trevor Cleary 8390199 or e-mail vsiqila@yahoo.com





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