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Boost for Sikh event

Emoni Narawa
Saturday, April 19, 2014

THE Fiji Sikh Football Association was presented a cheque to boost its tournament which will be staged at Saraswati Primary School in Manoca, Nausori today.

FSFA received a kind donation from Charan Jeath Group of Companies prior to the Gosal Distributors Sikh IDC tournament.

FSFA president Balmindar Singh acknowledged Charan Jeath Group for its support.

"It is my humble pleasure to thank Charan Jeath Singh Group of Companies for the support and sponsorship to the Fiji Sikh Football Association and its program," he said.

"I would like to thank all the people that made Fiji Sikh Football Association for what it is today and the vast number of people who have been involved in the past."

Singh said sports interfaces with society on many levels.

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