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Games improve

Arin Kumar
Monday, March 24, 2014

ORGANISERS were impressed with the performance of teams in the Fiji Sports Council Business House Social Netball competition.

Games were played last Thursday and games co-ordinator Gabrieli Qoro said the teams had picked up on their skills.

He said a record number of 28 teams had signed up for the competition.

"This is a record number and it's good for the sport and also in promoting sports, health and fitness in workplaces," Qoro said.

"After the first round of competition, it was noted that teams have really picked up on their skills and the new teams that joined this year, enjoyed their first round of games and are looking forward to the continuation of the competition next week."

Some notable newcomers to the competition are Austraining Team, Sublime, Transam and Communications Fiji Ltd.

Results:

FSC 18 Transam 4, SOPAC LBD Health WBD, Finance 12 UN 11, Education 21 Sublime 4, US Embassy LBD Transam WBD, Austraining 8 Digicel I 15, Youth and Sports 21 Mamlakah Lawyers 2, CFL 3 W&G 2, Evergreen Int 3 Mark 1 Apperal 11, Legal Patriots 9 Lyndhurst 13.


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