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Camaitoga appointed to lead Suva

Arin Kumar
Sunday, March 02, 2014

RUCI Camaitoga was elected as the new president of the Suva Netball Association yesterday during their annual general meeting.

Association secretary Lusi Robanakadavu said Camaitoga was elected unopposed at the meeting at the Fiji Olympic House in Suva.

"We take this time to humbly thank our outgoing president RubyAnn Sorovaki for her continuous guidance and support in leading the association as president for the past four years and as a member of the committee for 10 years," she said.

"We welcome our new president Ruci Camaitoga who is currently the only Oceania Bench official, IFNA accredited in the region and is a member of the CBM Club.

Those still serving their term for the second year are vice president Tanya Vatubua, treasurer Myrtle Smith and Robanakadavu.

"With a parting farewell note from the outgoing president RubyAnn Sorovaki, this Suva committee will continue to uphold player welfare as paramount and ensure that the by-laws and processes of the association are upheld and have a more inclusive approach to all club affiliates."

Robanakadavu said a record number of affiliate members turned up for the meeting yesterday.

"There was a record number of 35 affiliate members — nine clubs of which two were new (Waivure Titans Netters and Tovata)

"We are thankful also to the nominations received from various clubs."

Meanwhile, Gabrielli Qoro was named as the coach for the Suva A side and he would be assisted by manager Sereana Tagilala.

Vatubua was named coach for the Suva B team and Losalini Nabaubau was named manager.

Moape Vu is the coach for the under-21 side and the team's manager will be Kalesita Mar





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