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Nadi rugby competition dates confirmed

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, March 01, 2014

THE Nadi Rugby Union will kick off its club competition on March 22.

The union's annual general meeting was deferred for the second time last week following a lack of quorum.

Nadi rugby media officer Rusiate Ratakele said the date and draws for the club games had been released.

Ratakele said an awareness program on the club games regulations would be held on March 17.

"The annual general meeting of all the clubs must be conducted by March 10," he said.

"The annual report with the names of the office bearers should be submitted to our secretary Tumeli Koroitamana.

"Last year we faced some problems with the club games because the draws were complicated. However this year the games committee has drawn up the schedule so the clubs are aware of the dates and times of the matches.

"We have a few sponsors lined up for the club competition."

Meanwhile training for the senior and under-20 teams will resume on Monday.








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