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Suva reigns supreme

Arin Kumar
Monday, April 21, 2014

SUVA reigned supreme at the National Easter Volleyball Championship on Saturday night.

The Digicel Bula FM Suva side fought hard to defeat Kinoya Gold 3-2 in the men's final while in the women's final, the FBC TV Suva Blue side proved too strong for Vatuwaqa as they won 3-0.

With defending men's champions Raiwai Gold falling out in the quarter-finals, the two Suva sides, Digicel Bula FM Suva and Gold FM Suva were favourites to meet in the final. However, Kinoya Gold had other plans in mind when they shrugged off Gold FM Suva in the semi-finals.

In the women's semi-finals, FBC TV Suva Blue defeated Nadi 2-0 while Vatuwaqa overcame FBC TV Suva Black by the same score.

The two Suva winners received $1000 after the victory while the two runners-up received $800 each for their efforts.








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