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Seniloli to help Suva in Easter tournament

Emoni Narawa
Friday, April 18, 2014

FIJI's lone professional volleyball player Anaseini Seniloli will feature in the Easter volleyball tournament.

Seniloli, who arrives into the country tomorrow from Vietnam, will help the Digicel FBC TV Suva Blues bid to defend their title.

After losing the Vanua Challenge to Lautoka, the defending champs will be eager to redeem themselves as the dominant force of Fiji volleyball.

And with Seniloli's return, surely Suva Blues will be the favourites to end the Easter event on a high note.

Speaking from Vietnam, Seniloli said Suva Blues had a huge task this weekend.

"I always have Suva at heart because that is the association that helped develop my volleyball career from being a grassroots player to a professional volleyball player," she said in a statement.

"I know my team mates are focusing on the task this weekend and team work will help us defend the title.," she said.








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