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Champions beaten

Arin Kumar
Sunday, April 20, 2014

DEFENDING champions Raiwai Gold was bundled out of the Easter Volleyball Championships yesterday.

This meant a new champion was crowned in the men's division last night at the FMF Gymnasium in Suva.

The final between Digicel Bula FM Suva and Kinoya Gold was being played when this edition went to press last night.

Raiwai Gold lost 1-2 to Kinoya Gold in the quarter-final.

In the other quarter-finals, Digicel Bula FM Suva beat 2Day FM Suva 2-0, Laxco Nadi beat Nakasi 2-0 and Gold FM Suva beat Raiwaqa III 2-1.

In the women's competition, FBC TV Suva Blue beat Lautoka Maroon 2-0, FBC TV Suva White lost 1-2 to BLK Nadi, Vatuwaqa won 2-0 over USP II and FBC TV Black Suva beat GM Lautoka Gold 2-1.








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