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Cricket Fiji ready to relocate to new base in Suva

Arin Kumar
Tuesday, March 18, 2014

CRICKET Fiji will officially have a new home from next month.

This was confirmed when they signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Fiji Sports Council last week.

Cricket Fiji's general manager, Inoke Lesuma and Council CEO Litiana Loabuka signed the papers with manager of the property adjacent to the ground, John Pickering, in attendance as a witness.

The MOU is valid for three years and states that a synthetic pitch, two practice nets and an outdoor lighting will be installed at the new facility at Bidesi Park, with the wooden structure adjacent to it, will be used as the organisation's headquarters and will be known as Cricket Fiji House.

Cricket Fiji staff are expected to relocate to their new premises on April 1, with the new pitch to be installed and ready for use in the final week of March.


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