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Courts unavailable

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, April 06, 2014

THE Suva Primary Schools Netball Association (SPSNA) cannot host fully fledged weekly competition because of unavailability of the courts.

The association, which has competitions in six grades from under-9 to U14, can only host three grades of competition every week.

Yesterday, games in the U9, U10 and U11 were played at the National Netball Centre in Laucala Bay.

"We have to share the Netball Centre with Nasinu Primary which hold their games in the morning," SPSNA competition coordinator Daiana Tagivetaua said.

"Before we used to host our games at the Multipurpose Courts but it is occupied by volleyball," she said








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