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Tourney postponed

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, March 22, 2014

THE Billiards and Snooker Association of Fiji Inter Club Championship which was supposed to start at the Tavua Club today has been postponed to next month.

The postponement comes after a lack of interest was shown by the clubs. A number of clubs expressed disappointment with the entry requirements and the format for the tournament which is now under review.

Association secretary Raymond Reddy said they wanted to involve the maximum number of clubs.

Reddy said the association's vice-presidents, Ravi Narayan and Rimal Narayan would sort out the issues relating to the entry requirements and the tournament format.

The entries for the tournament will close on April 22. The event will be played from April 26 to April 27.








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