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West meeting

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, March 03, 2014

THE Western Boxing and Wrestling Association will hold a meeting in Sigatoka tomorrow to address the stakeholders on the plans for the season.

The meeting will also serve as a membership drive to register promoters, boxers, fitness trainers, judges, coaches and referees.

Association secretary Isireli Draunidalo said they had conducted similar meetings in Lautoka and Nadi.

Draunidalo said the response had been overwhelming so far.

"We are slowly making progress in registering all the stakeholders," he said.

The association was set up last November in a bid to revive both boxing and wrestling in the Western Division.

The body has applied to be registered under the Boxing Commission of Fiji banner.

Tomorrow's meeting will start at 7pm at the Casablanca Hotel.








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