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Raiwaqa tourney still open

Josefa Makaba
Saturday, March 01, 2014

THE Raiwaqa Volleyball Association is still accepting teams that want to take part in their one-day tournament to be hosted at Ed's Court in Raiwaqa today.

Association official Erami Rasaubale said after the postponement of the Vanua Challenge this week they had decided to extend the closing of registration to their tournament to allow more teams from outside Raiwaqa to take part in their tournament.

Rasaubale said this tournament would also help players from the different associations between Suva and Nausori to take part in some top competition.

"Now that the Vanua Challenge has been postponed this is a good opportunity for players to have some game time," Rasaubale said.

"So for teams that want to take part they can come down to Ed's Court and register to participate between 8 and 8:30am this morning."

"When we start competition at 8:45am we no longer will allow any late registration."

Registration fee for the tournament is $50 and the winning prizemoney is $500.

Rasaubale said they would also give out other cash prizes at the end of competition





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