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Maciu Malo
Friday, April 18, 2014

ALL major sporting venues in the West have been booked for various religious sporting tournaments starting today.

TIV Sangam will host its annual soccer and netball competition at Lawaqa Park while the golf competition will be held a the Natadola Golf Course.

Sanatan will use Nadi's Prince Charles park for its soccer competition while Lautoka will host the Gujarati soccer at Churchill Park. The Fiji Muslim League will hold its soccer tournament in Ba.

All the tournaments end on Monday.

Meanwhile, the Islands Electric Lautoka Muslim soccer team is banking on district reps to win the Fiji Muslim soccer competition at Xavier College grounds in Ba this weekend.

Star players such as Ba striker Abbu Zahid, Lautoka midfielder Zibraz Sahib and Nadroga rep Mohammed Taslim are some of the players who'll spearhead Lautoka's campaign.

Lautoka Muslim sports president Hanif Sahib said his players had what it had to win the tournament.

He said the inclusion of district reps had strengthened the side's campaign.

"Looking at the boys at training, I am confident we will win the tournament," said Sahib.

"But again we are aware that other districts have also fielded district reps and this will give us tough games.

"Our players are ready for the tournament and we will give our best to win the title."Lautoka will face Rewa and Sigatoka





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