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Rugby sponsorship revealed

Arin Kumar
Thursday, March 13, 2014

THE Fiji Rugby Union and its sponsors have finally revealed the properties that will have naming rights.

In a function at the Damodar City Cinema last night, FRU, Vodafone Fiji, TFL, HFC Bank and CJ Patel said they were pleased to assist with the development of rugby in Fiji. Vodafone will have naming rights to the Fiji 7s team, the national 15s team — the Flying Fijians, the national under-18 and national under-20 teams.

TFL will have naming rights to the Fiji Warriors, Fijiana and the Island Zone competition.

HFC Bank will sponsor the Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy while CJ Patel will sponsor the national provincial competition which will now be known as the Skipper Tuna National Provincial Championships.

The consortium also handed over a cheque for $40million.








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