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Touch rugby carnival

Arin Kumar
Monday, April 21, 2014

THE USP Touch Association will host a Easter Monday Touch Carnival today at the university grounds.

Carnival organiser Tevita Mau said they would host the competition in the open, mix, business house and age categories.

"The age categories will be from under-10, under-12, under-14 and under-16," he said. "The objectives of the carnival are to promote the sport of touch, network among fellow touch enthusiasts, development and identification of talent and build up towards upcoming international meets."

Mau said six men's team, three mixed, six age group and three business house teams had confirmed participation. "Invitation is open to other teams that would like to come and join the fun.

"Registration is free and spots are still available."





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