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Sports Notebook

Emoni Narawa
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

BASKETBALL

Raiwaqa

THE Raiwaqa basketball super league draws for today at Eds court.

6pm, USP-Philipinas (M); 7, Boston White-Raiwaqa Masters (M); Duty Team - Mighty Mights (M)

FOOTBALL

Lautoka women

PLAYERS wishing to represent the Lautoka women's team are requested to attend training at Churchill Park ground two at 4.30pm daily. Contact: Sere 9916576.

Navua

THE Navua Sanatan Local League registration fee is $50. Interested teams are welcome. Contact co-ordinator/director Salesh Autar (Bale) 9533510, president Uma Nand 9996256 or secretary Rajesh Sharma 9219316.

NETBALL

Business House

THE following games will be played in the Fiji Sports Council Business House competition today at the National Netball Centre:

5.30pm C1 Team CFL-Austraining Team, C2 Min of Finance-Australian Embassy; 6pm C1 Holiday Inn-Min of Health, C2 Mamlakah Lawyers-Digicel II; 6.30 C1 USP-Sublime, C2 Team UN-Transam; 7pm C1 Legal Patriot-Digicel I, C2 Suva Private-Housing Authority; 7.30 C1 Australian Embassy-FSC, C2 Min of Education-SOPAC; 8pm C1 US Embassy-Min of Strats and Planning, C2 Min of Lands-Digicel I.

New Vision Bure

A netball tournament will be held at the Wainibuka School grounds on May 1 and 2. First 12 teams to pay $70 entry fee will be accommodated. Winner gets $300 and runner up will get $150. Contact Viri on 9513657.

Kaicolo Cup

THE knockout will be held on May 3 at 8am. Venue will be confirmed later. Registration is $100 per club. Winner $500, runners-up $200 and losing semi-finalist $75 each and best player and best dressed teams receive a shield. Interested women and men are welcome to join Navosa Netball. Club games for Baravi zone will be held at Naviti Grounds on Saturday and Mid Valley Zone at Waicoba and the Upper Valley on Thursday at Vatureba Park. Men's team registration is $50. Winner gets $200 and runners-up get $100. Contact Judy Kumar 9949410 or Seruwaia Makutu 9776365 or Nene Vilisi at Draiba Village.

Lautoka Men's and Mixed

ALL interested clubs and teams are invited to join the Lautoka Men's and Mixed Netball Association this season. Registration is $150 per club and registration closes on April 3. Opening knockout will be held on April 12. Contact Cama on 9480874 or Fulori on 9323435 or Phoebe on 9298520.

Rovers

THE Rovers netball club is recruiting interested individuals to join our club. Invitation goes out to all interested women and men residing in the Suva - Nausori corridor. There will be a men's and women's team to participate in Suva Association weekly club games. Contact Rigieta Raikuna on 9545743 or Trevor Lenati on 9911951.

Suva

THIS is to inform all NewWorld Suva Netball Association affiliates and those wishing to participate in the Suva Netball Association that our knockout will be held on April 26 at the National Netball Centre. Registrations forms are available upon request and team registration is $200 per team. All teams are required to pay their registration before the Knockout on April 26. For further information, contact Lily on 9248829/3224111.

RUGBY

Brotherhood 7s

THE Brotherhood 7s tournament will be held on April 5 at the Ra Sports Ground. First 24 teams to pay entry fee of $300 by April 3 will be accommodated. Winner gets $2500, runner up $1000, plate winner $550, runner up $300, bowl winner $250 and runner up $200. Contact Seru on 9777401.

IRB course

THE International Rugby Board Level 1 Strength and Conditioning accreditation course will be conducted at the Pasifika Campus, Extension St, Suva on March 29. This accreditation course is for rugby team trainers at all levels. All interested contact Venasio Ramabuke on 8774813 or e-mail: venasio.ramabuke@fnu.ac.fj or vnsramabuke@yahoo.com.auc for more information on the conditions and pre-requisites.


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